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Old   April 26, 2006, 08:09
Default Multiple frames-Coupling Pressure & Inlet problem
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Hello erverybody, I have a question regarding Torque converter analysis. I have taken one sector from each of 3 components (Impeller, reactor &turbine). I have applied Inlet & Pressure boundary conditions at each component ends. And coupled these boundaries by regions.And grouped into 1 & 2. I tried to solve with explicit Multiple frames. For some reason the coupling between inlet and pressure boundaries is not happened. I think some problem with coupling of boundaries and grouping the couples. It would be great, if someone could help me with this matter.



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Old   June 9, 2006, 00:39
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hai sham!

i have one doubt of taking the sectors, my torque converter having 28 pump blades, 25 turbine blades and 10 stator blades . how to proceed?

please help me?

how u selected the sectors?
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