How to create separate meridional plots of the pressure side and suction side of a blade in CFD-Post?
August 25, 2023 at 12:15 pmSolutionParticipant
For post-processing of turbomachinery often a view in the meridional plane (S2M-plane) is used. But if you would like to create such a plot for the blade, the blade has to be divided into a suction side and a pressure side, respectively. If the blade has not already been separated at the leading edge and trailing edge, respectively, by former programs, such a division of the blade has to be defined in CFD Post. The attached PDF document shows how to divide the blade into a suction side and pressure side in CFD-Post by using “IsoClips”. Additionally, the generation of meridional blade plots (S2M-plots) is shown as well. Please perform following actions: 1.) Copy the attached files to a directory 2.) Start CFD-Post 3.) Load the attached state file (*.cst)
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