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Old   December 20, 2017, 05:41
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I want to use Turbogrid 18.1. My aim is to design radial diffuser with cascade vanes - two types of vanes (it is not actually splitter) with different shape. That is 9 vanes of design "A", 9 vanes of desing "B".
In previous versions of turbogrid, in Blade modeler, I created two export points - export point1 for "A" and export point2 for "B. The topology I selected was traditional with control points. In Turbogrid 18.1, the architecture, only ATM optimized is available. I read in Help there is not necessary to use "export points" feature. So I only created the two vanes and dragged the line in workbench from design modeler to turbogrid. I cannot se however the two vanes in "mesh" panel, only in "geometry" panel, and there is everything red.
Is there any tutorial how to do it in version 18.1 ?
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