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Old   May 24, 2007, 14:31
Default 2D Compressor cascade study using DFLVR blade
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kiran
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hi everyone,

i am analysing 2D compressor cascade using DFLVR blade, by varying its leading edge i am unable to find any standard test run of this blade,

if any one has done 2d-COMPRESSOR sTUDY THEN PLS HELP, i am facing a problem, in the result i am getting, i am using unstructured grid, inflow parameter as Pressure farfied(i am stimulating COmpressive flow at mach 1.4) and using a alue of 101325 pascal. and outflow as 1000pascal. i am using spalar allmaras scheme.

i am not getting good results. and also the grid is pretty schewed.

it would be great if i get some standard run case. which i can follow. its urgent.

i have to finish the work in 2 weeks

thanks in advance
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Old   May 24, 2007, 15:01
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Razvan
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If you would like to send me the geometry, then I could prepare a ref. case for you.

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