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Old   December 1, 2012, 10:39
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Hello
I'm doing Fine turbo v8c tutorial number1. it's about axial compressor rotor 37.
I'm doing exactly like it says
in the tutorial the polytropic efficiency for this case is 88.9% but when i solve it i get value 85.225%!
what is the problem?
please help me
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Hello
I'm doing Fine turbo v8c tutorial number1. it's about axial compressor rotor 37.
I'm doing exactly like it says
in the tutorial the polytropic efficiency for this case is 88.9% but when i solve it i get value 85.225%!
what is the problem?
please help me
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