For a Transient Blade Row simulation, is a window function used when exporting complex surface pressure data?
Tagged: 2020 R1, cfx, fluid-dynamics, rotating-machinery, TBR, turbomachinery
March 17, 2023 at 8:57 amFAQParticipant
Currently we do not use any windowing function in this calculation. We basically evaluate a Fourier series over the last period of the simulation. This period corresponds to the inverse of the frequency we are interested in or in the case of multi-disturbance cases we use the common period between all the frequencies involved.
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