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Old   October 2, 2016, 13:40
Default The inlet and outlet of flow path of an axial turbine
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Hello, could you tell me why when we define the inlet and outlet sketches to generate the flow path of an axial turbine we draw the inlet and outlet in the axial direction? i think that the outlet is in the direction of the trailing edge...?
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