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fede_costi March 11, 2012 09:51

Nasa Rotor 37 Geometry
 
Hi everyone,
I'm starting my MSc Thesis concerning a 3D simulation of a wing-tip fan and a professor in my department suggested to use the nasa rotor 37, but I'm not able to find anything useful on the public domain about it. If someone has the geometry for this rotor can send it to fede_costi@alice.it please? The project is not already started so feel free to add any suggestions you have in mind.
Thanks.

dre March 11, 2012 10:26

Hi,

you can find the exact rotor and stator geometry of rotor 37 in the NASA Technical Paper 1337 "Design and Overall Performance of Four Highly Loaded, High-Speed Inlet Stages for an Advanced High-Pressure-Ratio Core Compressor" by Lonnie Reid and Royce D. Moore. Furthermore, you can check out this thread: http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/cfx...-new-post.html

Far March 11, 2012 12:54

Quote:

Thesis concerning a 3D simulation of a wing-tip fan and a professor in my department suggested to use the nasa rotor 37
Rotor 37 is not a Fan, it is the inlet stage of axial compressor. For Fan, right choice is NASA Rotor 67. We have also done similar work on rotor 37 and can be found here.

AIAA 2011-743, 49th AIAA ASM, Orlando, Florida USA
AIAA 2011-744, 49th AIAA ASM, Orlando, Florida USA


You can find the geometry of rotor 37 (available in Turbogrid tutorials) ans also created by "dre" in mentioned post.


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