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Old   July 22, 2013, 21:34
Default Is there any way I can control x+?
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I know it's easy to control y+ in Turbo grid,
but I now need to contol x+,
or control the grid size in a parallel to the surface of the blade.

It seems to me that I can control spanwise blade distribution parameters,
but I can't control 'blade 1 boundary layer control'.

If anyone of you knows how to contol x+, please let me know..
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Old   July 23, 2013, 09:51
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You can change the no of layers, you can choose option Y+ or first layer distance from wall.
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I was referring to x, the direction parallel to the surface when I said x+.

I'm not sure if this is an official term, but my professor mentioned of this
thus I asked you guys about this.

Now I know that it can be only controlled by adjusting the total number of the grid.

Thank both of you for replies anyway
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