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Old   June 25, 2009, 17:33
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hi Friends,

I Have Modelled Axail Compressor Rotor In Gambit Using Turbo Tool (i.e. Using *.tur file as input fie). Now I Want To Analye it In Fluent. For that I Encounter Many Problems.

1. I'm Confused About The Input Conditions i.e. speed, wheather to give input as Inlet Pressure or Inlet Axial Velocity?

2. Is It Compulsory To Set Outlet Conditions? If Yes, Than Whats The Use of Fluent?

3. I've Modelled only Rotor of The Axial Compressor & Want To Analyse The STALL. Does Modelling Only Rotor will Effect The Results?

Guys, If You Got Any Material, Which Can Be Beneficial To Me, Please Send To Me. I'm In Dire Need Of It.
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