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Old   May 2, 2015, 08:07
Default How to obtain radially a static pressure contour
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Hi,

I designed and analyzed a turbine by using Gamibit and fluent softwares.

Turbine have 6 blades.((360/6)=60 deg=angle between blades) Due to the circumferential symmetry, only one sixth of the annulus has been computed, imposing periodic boundary conditions in the tangential direction. The computational domain has been restricted in the axial direction to six chord lengths upstream and ten chord lengths downstream of the blade.





Now, I want to obtain radially a static pressure contour at Middle of turbine blade by using fluent. How do this action?

Then, I want to import this contour in tecplot.

Thanks.

Amir

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