|January 11, 2013, 12:17||
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Location: Pune, India
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I am currently working on analyzing a radial blower using Fluent. The way I have understood it, is that it can be done in two ways:
1. Imparting the blades a rotational speed and keeping the rest of the fluid zone stationary.
2. Creating a rotating fluid zone around the impeller blades and keep the blades stationary with respect to this region.
I am trying to find out what is the difference between these two approaches with respect to convergence, better correlation with practical results, computational time.
Can someone help me out?
Last edited by Akash C; January 12, 2013 at 12:00. Reason: my mistake in framing the question
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