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Old   April 21, 2008, 06:43
Default turboGrid help.
Muhammad Usman Qureshi
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1. I have cross-section data of a turbine blade at hub, mean and tip (in x,y,z coordinates). can I make full turbine blade out of this data in Ansys BladeModeler 11.0.

2. If a make a mesh in Ansys TurboGrid, can i export this mesh to Fluent for CFD analysis.

3. Are there any tutorials available for Ansys BladeModeler 11.0.

Many Thanks,

I would be very grateful for your kind help.
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Old   February 13, 2016, 04:54
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Here with i am attaching my results.could you please find correct variation.
In this regards to fine Turbulence condition.
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