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Old   March 28, 2013, 23:32
Post Simulation of surge and stall for Rotor 37
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Hi, dear friends~~
I'm doing a simulation of surge and stall for rotor 37 using the CFX , but I don't know how to set the boundary conditions,can anyone so kind to give me some advice?

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Have you read the best practices guide for turbomachinery? It is part of the CFX documentation.
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Have you read the best practices guide for turbomachinery? It is part of the CFX documentation.
Yeah,I have read the Turbogrid Documentation on the Rotor37, but I think difficult part is to set the boundary conditions for Rotor37, and for the stage 37. I have tried to set set the Inlet flow rate and outlet static pressure, but the ANSYS CFX-pre always stopped abruptly, saying returning error code1.
Can you give me some advice?
Thank you very much.
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Surge and stall are effects with complicated separated flow and you would expect difficult convergence with them. Have a look at the FAQs for hints on getting convergence. Also you are almost certainly not going to get a steady state simulation to converge. It will require a transient approach.
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