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Practical 1 Axial Turbine

Practical 1 Axial Turbine

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 ANSYS, Inc. Proprietary© 2009 ANSYS, Inc. All rights reserved. April 30, 2009Inventory #002693
BladeModeler 14.0Practical 1:
Axial TurbineRotor 
 
Practical #1: Axial Turbine
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 ANSYS, Inc. Proprietary© 2009 ANSYS, Inc. All rights reserved. April 30, 2009Inventory #002693
Training Manual 
Concepts
In this tutorial we will:
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Input the initial blade settings
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In meridional view, modify the hub andshroud curves and location of inlet
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Define a leading and trailing edge type
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Export the model to TurboGrid
 
Practical #1: Axial Turbine
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 ANSYS, Inc. Proprietary© 2009 ANSYS, Inc. All rights reserved. April 30, 2009Inventory #002693
Training Manual 
Initial Design Parameters
CFX-BladeGen allows the user to create a blade systemfrom scratch, using one of six standard initialconfiguration types. For this example, a Normal axial isused.
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Select the
File | New | CFX-BladeGen Model
menucommand or toolbar button which will display theInitial Meridional Configuration Dialog
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Select the Normal Axial tab
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Enter the parameters for the initial blade layout(shown on the following slide).
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Be sure to select : Prs/Sctmode in the bottom rightcorner 
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Press Enter or select theOKbutton to continue

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