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Old   October 26, 2011, 09:46
Default compressible solver for rotating systems?
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Hi all!

I am a newbie in OF and during the last few days i looked for a steady-state compressible MRF-solver for turbomachinery cases( primary compressors with high resolutions), but i couldn't find one. I know that this section is still under development, but is there really no solver available? Or i am wrong? I am tired of asking google, so can anyone help me please?
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Old   November 3, 2011, 05:34
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Hmmm...
Is no one out there who can help me? If there is really no solver existing, is there another possibility to solve such problems(except transient)?

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