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Old   November 9, 2015, 07:22
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Hi, I am working with a rotor analysis, however, from the velocity vector, the inlet flow angle just doesn't seems right, I have tried to set my own flow direction in CFX-pre which only errors occured at the end, so if I want to set a flow angle around 70 dergree, is there anyone have idea on how should I set the flow direction? or should I set something else?

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Is it a MFR model? Try to run with -omega instead omega as rotor velocity
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