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Old   January 13, 2014, 21:27
Default Applying BEMT thrust distribution to actuator disk model
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I've been trying to set up an actuator disk model in CFX for a ducted fan flow. I have a polynomial curve fit for a thrust distribution per unit span for a blade, however I'm not sure how to apply this to the actuator disk sub domain.
What should be my first step?
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May be you can try to add a momentum source term in the sub domain.
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