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Old   February 3, 2017, 01:32
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HELLO,
I am doing project on CFD analysis and performance characteristics Ducted propeller blades for various velocities at different rpm.

So in Fluent I am using MRF to calculate thrust and torque produced by propeller blades, but I did not get results.
Please tell me what are the boundary condition and reference area needed to get correct results.
Also how to calculate thrust and torque produced by blades ?
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