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Old   August 7, 2010, 03:01
Default NACA 65 series(cambered Airfoil) design using blade modlerer.
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Can anyone give me some info. regarding the above mentioned topic.
I tried using ANSYS Blademodeler. But I could only create NACA 65 Standard blade with zero lift.
Is there any method to provide camber in ANSYS Blade modeler.?? Like by providing lift coefficient..
or is it possible to import NACA coordinates (in form of .txt or .dat file) into blademodler??

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Old   November 14, 2012, 10:25
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hello, I want to know how to draw a 2d blade(airfoil) NACA65 in MATLAB at blade mid height . with CL0=0.9. in fact I wanna know how to use NACA65 table? what is the y/c coefficient and t/c coefficient? thanx for your quick help
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