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Old   March 23, 2007, 00:46
Default CFD of Gas turbines
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Stanley
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Hi CFD Folks, I need some serious help on CFD of Gas turbines. Doesnt matter whether its 2-d or 3-d. I am an Undergraduate and this is required for my final yr. project. I have all the soft with me. It will be a great help if i get tut on Bladegen too. I am not having the input data to be fed to Bladegen. At least one example somewhere in the web will do. Please someone help.
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Old   March 27, 2007, 07:48
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Yon Han CHONG
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Aren't you trying to do more than you can do for an undergraduating final project?

Doing just one stage (e.g. High Pressure Turbine Blade) would be difficult enough but without input data it would be more or less impossible.

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