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Old   February 2, 2008, 05:22
Default sliding mesh model help
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Usman
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Hello, I have 36 stator and 54 rotor blades of a turbine. To satisfy equal periodic angles around stator and rotor blades (using sliding mesh model), i have to model 2 stator blades and 3 rotor blades. is there any other way in which i can model 1 stator and 1 rotor blade to have smaller computational domain and time. Many Thanks,
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