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Old   May 4, 2007, 00:50
Default Rotating Domain,Blades St frame or rotating?
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While solving for blade related problems,i have defined a rotating domain around the Impeller blades,and defined blades as an adiabatic wall.Whether these blades frame should be stationary or rotating?
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Old   May 5, 2007, 07:06
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Blade walls in the rotating domain should be defined as stationary (ie. stationary in the rotating frame of reference - rotating in the stationary frame of reference)
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