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Old   August 5, 2016, 08:16
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Hi everyone,

I am trying to do an analysis of a pump impeller. And I have to show that my impeller is pumping the fluid. For example; my pressure inlet is 0 Pa and outlet pressure is 10 Pa. I want that the rotation energy will beat 10 Pa and fluid flow occurs.

Is it possible? If it is, how can I make this happen ( which model, frame motion or mesh motion)

I need your help
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Hi everyone,

I am trying to do an analysis of a pump impeller. And I have to show that my impeller is pumping the fluid. For example; my pressure inlet is 0 Pa and outlet pressure is 10 Pa. I want that the rotation energy will beat 10 Pa and fluid flow occurs.

Is it possible? If it is, how can I make this happen ( which model, frame motion or mesh motion)

I need your help
Dou you have any picture if you have not make any models. ? or can you share us your model?
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First one is my model and second one is how i want to do the simulation



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First one is my model and second one is how i want to do the simulation



Well,

Flow is always advancing high pressure than lower pressure. So how could be possible inlet_pressure is 0?
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How do you get meters of head from a pump at the ground ? It is the same, rotational pump energy is converted to the potential or kinetic energy of the fluid.

But I dont know how to apply this tought to my case.
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