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Old   October 13, 2004, 21:17
Default tascflow:about the mutiple frame reference
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Hi,everyone:

I am a beginner of tascflow.I need mutiple frame of reference mode to simulaton a centrifugal pump which includes a rotor and the casing .Now I can generate the grid for the rotor pump.But I don't know how to generate the grids for the spiral casing(I can only run turbogrid ,cfx-build).Then when the grids are generated ,How can I import them to tascflow and attch?

The tutorials never tell me what to do.Could you give me any suggestions?Thanks a lot!

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Old   October 14, 2004, 04:23
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In the CFX Tascflow toolbar click on GRID and in the pulldown menu click on "Append Grid" then browse for the grid generated in CFX BUILD, Turbogrid automatically generates a grd file that can be read without any kind of transformation into TASCFLOW cheers Sac
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Old   October 14, 2004, 20:14
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HI,sac: Thank you for you advice.I will try it.

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