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Old   April 18, 2022, 11:45
Default NUMECA 16.1 | Rotor-Stator Interface
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I ran into a problem when calculating an axial multistage compressor in a steady state.

When choosing the Rotor-Stator Interface type, I choose Mixing Plane, and momentum is stored when transferring from the rotor domain to the stator domain. How to set up the transfer of parameters from domain to domain with full averaging of total pressure.

I know that in Ansys CFX, you can choose either averaging the speed (impulse) or total pressure when transferring the R-S Interface. (Circumferential averaging)

Tried Non Reflecting Turbo 1D/2D - didn't help.

Maybe someone knows or faced such a problem? It is necessary to completely "smear" the trace when passing parameters from domain to domain.

Maybe there are some Expert Parameters that affect the averaging of R-S Interface parameters.
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