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Old   August 23, 2011, 09:48
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I am new at turbo modeling in fluent. I need to model a 3D rotor blade, I did everything correct except boundary conditions. I do not know which zone or surface should be rotating and I do not know how to choose between relative and absolute.
fluid: rotating/stationary/absolute/relative?

can anybody give me a little help?
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fluid:relative and in rotational reference and specify the rpm.

this will give you result you want.
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