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Old   November 21, 2010, 13:18
Default How to draw 2D VAWT in Wrorkbench-fluent
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Hi , everyone. im new in Ansys. i have no idea how to draw a 2D VAWT. can anyone teach me ??

1st i select the Fluidflow(fluent) to project schematic. start the geometry. i draw in x-y plane and extrude 1 to Z-axis. and this method is i saw from others post. is it right ??
if it right. what is the next step ?

thx for looking at my problem.

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Old   November 21, 2010, 19:22
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T.T
did anyone can tell me where can learn it ??
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