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Old   October 3, 2005, 10:19
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Txema
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I am starting to simulate a CENTRIFUGAL FAN. 1.I have made the rotor wiht turbogrid 1.6 2.I have made the volute with CFX-Mesh 3.I have put massflow at inlet and pressure at outlet 4.The interface between rotor-volute is a Frozen rotor.

could anyone give me advise?? 1.It is o.k to mesh with CFX-Mesh for volute? 2.How I can know if the mesh for the rotor and volute is o.K. 3.Wich type of interface I must put? 4.How I can model the gap between rotor(rotating) and inlet (static)

Results between experimental data and CFX data are quite diferent.

thank you
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Old   November 9, 2005, 08:48
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I want to make a model of a doubble inlet centrifugal fan on cfd can u give guidelines

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Old   November 11, 2005, 07:15
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Star making the impeller with Turbogrid. Massflow at inlet and relaive presure at outlet=0 If you need more acurrate results, put the impeller into de volute.
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