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Old   April 21, 2016, 07:01
Default Merge Stator/Rotor in CFX
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Hello,

i want to simulate one stage of Stator/Rotor. I create the geometry in BladeGen, create for each geometry the mesh seperatly in turbogrid and now i want to add both in one passage in cfx.

My problem is when i link both with cfx that both meshes start at the same position and dont building a stator/rotor stage. I can't transform them.

In the tutorial Stator/rotor the two meshes start at the perfect position after loading the meshes.

My question is how can i add both geometries/meshes to one stage? Must i take a special setting before i link the turbogrid cells to cfx ?

Thanks for your support
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Hello,

i want to simulate one stage of Stator/Rotor. I create the geometry in BladeGen, create for each geometry the mesh seperatly in turbogrid and now i want to add both in one passage in cfx.

My problem is when i link both with cfx that both meshes start at the same position and dont building a stator/rotor stage. I can't transform them.

In the tutorial Stator/rotor the two meshes start at the perfect position after loading the meshes.

My question is how can i add both geometries/meshes to one stage? Must i take a special setting before i link the turbogrid cells to cfx ?

Thanks for your support
In CFX-pre, loading each mesh separately in the correct rotating frame, you will see both domains in a good position. If both start at the same position, your geometry in BladeGen might have wrong axial coordinates.
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Thank you very much Turbo!
I set the wrong axial coordinates. Silly mistake

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