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Old   March 14, 2007, 14:01
Default two-dimensional gas turbine analysis
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Muhammad Usman Qureshi
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Hello,

I am a first year PhD student in Mechanical engineering at the University of Strathclyde UK. Presently i am doing two-dimensional flow analysis of an uncooled gas turbine. I have made a two-dimensional T.6 model of a stator with circular camber line in gambit. I want to ask how to place the periodic boundaries. Are these midway between two blade sections. Is a periodic boundary copy of circular camber line. Please also tell if it is correct if I connect the periodic boundary with the outlet boundary by a straight line having outlet flow angle.

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Regards, M.Usman

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