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Old   January 13, 2000, 00:58
Default turbogrid applicaiton
George xu
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Hello, I am using the integrated CFD package including Bladegen, CFXturbogrid and CFXTascflow to simulate turbomachinery problems. Since only one blade is usually concerned in the flow domain by coupling with periodic boundaries, I encountered the following problems in implementation: (1) How to set the boudary condition to the rotating axis? (2) how to extend the inlet and outlet blocks so that the inlet and outlet effect can be eliminated?

Please give me some enlightenings.


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