ANSYS TurboGrid provides turbomachinery designers and analysts with mesh creation tailored specifically to the needs of bladed geometries. It creates. ANSYS TurboGrid smooth mesh with high orthogonality. Scalability, repeatability and consistency are important inherent characteristics: These are essential. Learn in 2 minutes how to export turbomachinery blade geometry in CAESES for direct use in ANSYS TurboGrid.
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To model a series of consecutive bladerows in absys turbomachine, you should define a series of ExportPoints features associated with the same FlowPath feature, with Bladerow Numbers in numerical order lowest number at the inlet end of the machine.
Then check out the following quick guide which shows you the export procedure.
Maximum Face Angle The maximum face angle of the mesh is displayed here. Tailored for Turbomachinery ANSYS TurboGrid software offers a user-friendly point-and-click environment with display functions familiar to blade designers, including 2-D blade-to-blade and meridional planes for viewing flow path and blade position.
Are you interested in CFD-related topics and design optimization? This command opens TurboGrid and loads the geometry and state, but suspends the Topology from regenerating. This property specifies the bladerow number for the bladerow that is immediately upstream of the current bladerow.
This property displays a list of the available flow paths and bladerows.
Set a name and choose the parametric blade surface from your project. Elements not meeting selected quality criteria can be highlighted directly by the user, guiding the user to adjust input and controls if required.
Mesh Output Options Region Name Prefix This property specifies a string of characters that is prefixed to turbigrid mesh region names when the mesh is written to file.
ANSYS TurboGrid creates the self-consistent meshes that are critical to minimize the mesh dependence when assessing differences in performance predictions between designs. This property specifies the bladerow number for the bladerow turbogrix is immediately downstream of the current bladerow.
Use this information as a guide when specifying the Flowpath and Bladerow properties described below. This property specifies a string of characters that is prefixed to all mesh region names when the mesh is written to file.
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ANSYS TurboGrid maximizes productivity when assessing many blade geometry variants with scripting for batch mode operation. Alternatively, you can drag a BladeGen system from the toolbox to the Project Schematic.
If you want a given bladerow to contain more than one blade geometry for example, main blades with splitter bladescreate one ExportPoints feature for each unique blade in the bladerow, with each ExportPoints feature based on the same FlowPath and given the same Bladerow Number.
The desired final mesh size is defined and, optionally, the blade boundary layer resolutionand all the other steps are performed automatically to produce a mesh of extremely high quality.
Refreshing this cell causes the properties to be updated. You can enter a name for a system when you first create the system.
This property is available only when multiple bladerows have been specified in BladeEditor. Edit with Topology Suspended This command opens TurboGrid and loads the geometry and state, but suspends the Topology from regenerating.
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When you tyrbogrid the blade export, the sections are created and visualized in the 3D view. You can also initiate a rename operation by right-clicking the upper-left corner of the system and selecting Rename from the shortcut menu. This property specifies how the inlet points are positioned in TurboGrid. Create and turbovrid the TurboGrid contour feature. The examples show blade-to-blade plots of meshes at different span-wise positions of an axial turbine and a centrifugal compressor with splitter blades.