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Old   June 24, 2006, 00:34
Default frozen rotor model in FLUENT
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I had read many articles ragarding the solution of turbomachinery on net. They usually refer the three models:

1. frozen rotor 2. mixing plance 3. sliding mesh

First two models are steady as quoated in litrature.

As my understading last two moldes are similar in name and method to fluent's models.

What about the first model. Is it equivalent to SRF or MRF model in Fluent.

Regrads. sam
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