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Old   August 1, 2006, 09:56
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Jens
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Hi all,

my intend is to do some unsteady calculation of a 2D turbomachinery rotor blade vibrating in different nodal diameter. In order to save computational power I'd like to perform the calculation single passage but therefore I need to apply phase lag boundaries in Fluent. So if anybody knows where to find some information about the usage in Fluent or has already experiences please let me know, I'd really appreciate any kind of support.

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