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Old   June 14, 2013, 16:40
Question Is it possible to obtain compressor map for axial compressor in CFX post ?
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Hi everyone,

i got performance data in CFX post using a particular mass flow rate per machine. But what I wanted to know is , can I plot a chart with total pressure ratio on y axis and normalised mass flow (mdot/mdotmax) on x axis using CFX post ?

If someone can help me, can you post how to get it? I checked in all the tutorials of CFX post, but couldnt get..

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You would not do a chart like this in CFX, as this chart would requie the compilation of results from many simulations. This sort of chart would be done in Workbench.
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