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Old   January 21, 2010, 01:01
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i have done simulation of backward swept centrifugal compressor ( PR 4 , N= 42000 , m = 1 kg/s ) . my results are quite good as per my numerical calculations, but i want to verify my boundary conditions including interface boundaries. so i need some reference example with experiment results so that i can compare them and proof my results. can any one help me?????

secondly can any one tell me how to model volute and then how to interface it ????? i use cfx 11
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Old   January 21, 2010, 07:50
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I'm doing a centrifugal compressor simulation too. Can you share with me your settings (turbulence model, type of boundary conditions etc.) and some pictures about your mesh? We have got problems with results..

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