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Old   March 7, 2013, 11:01
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Dear fellows...

I need some help...

I want to define a coefficient that is a good indicator for catch losses in a fan blade vane. My first chose was the entropy but I don't really know how to define it in CFX. Can you Help Me? do you think that another coeeficient could be better? Can you define it in CFX?

Thank you a lot for the Help...

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Old   March 7, 2013, 18:09
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Have you done the turbomachinery tutorials in CFX? Read the best practises guide? Looked at the turbomachinery macro in CFD-Post? Looked at the turbomachinery tutorials on the ANSYS community site? There is a lot of good turbomachinery stuff in CFX and it is unlikely you have to develop your own. Have a look at what is already there before proceeding.
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