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Old   May 10, 2013, 04:36
Default discontinuity rotor stator...going crazy..
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As u can see.... there is no relationship between
1st part(stationary air part) ,2nd part(rotor) ,3rd part(stator)

i set up frozen rotor(value 1) and i made interface each connection between parts... but in view as u can see it doesn't work well...

what can i do ...could u tell me how to doit?...
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Old   May 10, 2013, 23:42
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Looks like you are plotting velocity. Try plotting velocity in stationary frame. (Have to write a FAQ on this one day, I think I have pointed this out to people about 5 times this week alone....)
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