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Old   April 29, 2022, 02:49
Default Who to choose the coordinates for hub and shroud curve
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Hey, I want to investigate a Stator in the turbo template. How the coordinates of the hub and shroud curve needs to be so that the blade is in the channel ? I mean what is my reference ? I have attached a photo. I have the x y z coordinate system at the top and R and Z at the bottom left
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