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Old   August 17, 2022, 02:39
Default NLH in radial machines
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Is it possible to apply NLH solver to radial fans having volutes?
If yes, what would be the suitable option to model rotor-stator interface? Is domain-scaling method still applicable?

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Old   March 28, 2023, 08:58
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Hi Hamid,
the NLH method can simulate any turbomachinery configuration with a rotating and a fixed part such as a centrifugal machine with a volute.
The R/S interface is handled with a dedicated model that ensures excellent performance under all operating conditions.
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