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Old   May 31, 2007, 03:19
Default CFX in Turbo Mode
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Jack
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Hi! Everyone, I am trying to play around with Turbo mode in CFX-pre. If I have 1 passage of impeller and 1 passage if diffuser vane meshed, and they are of far different pitch (6 blades and 20 vanes), How do I deal with Physics definition > Boundary Templates > Mass Flow Per Component > Mass Flow Rate? I am trying to find a detail explaination of that in the manual but got nothing. What does each of the 3 options under mass flow mean. Does that mean I have to specify the mass flow rate per diffuser passage. What is the best setup for high speed centrifugal compressors? Thanks
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