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Old   January 18, 2019, 02:34
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Originally Posted by tjuAeron View Post
hi Ersin,
Currently I'm doing the same thing with foam-extend-4.0 but with little progress.
What do you mean by "The results seemed not really bad"? What about pressure ratio and isentropic efficiency you got?
And why you set p::inlet:0 1.4e5 pa rather than 101325 pa in experiment? And so as the Temperature condition of inlet.
Thanks for you sharing

Hi tjuAeron,

The boundary conditions that I used were nearly same as in the tutorial bentRotorStator because that was my first run with the solver steadyCompressibleMRFFoam and also in foam-extend.
The resultant fileds were not true for real rotor 37 ofc.
I am not experienced in turbomachinery but at least those are some results () with residuals less than 10^-3.

I am having a break on this project due to other projects.

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