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Old   November 24, 2004, 00:01
Default Turbogrid
Raju Ramaiah
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Hi all,I have a doubt regarding the meshing activities. My doubts are as follows : 1) Apart from GRIDGEN,ICEMCFD,CAD2MESH is there any software which is compatible with CFX. 2) Can TURBOGRID be used instead of the above mentioned softwares for all applications. I heard that TURBOGRID can be used only for TURBOMACHINERY ANALYSIS(STATOR AND ROTOR, like GGI AND MFR) applications. Is it true? Please give me exact details of this.

Thanking you,

With regards

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Old   November 24, 2004, 06:47
Default Re: Turbogrid
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TurboGrid can only be used only for turbomachinery mesh generation(i.e. impellers, bladed diffusors) without technological features. For that case you need hub, shroud and blade curves made somewhere else (like BladeGen). Version 2.x can not support secondary blades (splitters).
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