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Old   December 11, 2016, 22:50
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Hi guys, I am doing a project to find out the RPM of the radial turbine in a turbocharger due to varying pressure Essentially I need to find out the RPM at various pressures. Please guide me on how to obtain the fluid domain and what approach to use to find the RPM. I tried to do using MRF method but i had problems specifying the fluid-solid interaction and the solver did not consider rotation of the impeller and more over I had to specify the RPM or angular velocity of the impeller. So it does not help with my project. Kindly suggest some ways to do my project.
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