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Old   August 12, 2016, 06:36
Default CFD analysis for a centrifugal blood pump
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hello all,

I need to do the analysis of a centrifugal blood pump.

I have seen some videos and tutorial guides..

i am really confused starting from the part identification...

1. Whether the top casing(with axial blood inlet towards the impeller eye) and the bottom casing of the pump (at the end of which the fluid exits tangentially ) should also be imported to the case setup...?

2. The setup part of fluent automatically creates 1 or 2 zones....so i am not able to figure the correct allocation of the boundary conditions to my corresponding named selections...

Can somebody please help me out..?
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