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Old   August 12, 2011, 04:40
Default Rothalpy good for visualizing losses?
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Hi guys,

I want to analyze the losses over a blade on suction side and pressure side. What is a good parameter for visualizing? I have seen some results by visualizing this with the rothalpy. How do I implement this in Star-CCM? (Over field function?).

Maybe there is a better parameter like the entropy,

Need your oppinions and experience...

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