Tagged: 19.2, BladeEditor, BladeModeler, fluid-dynamics, Vista TF
April 5, 2023 at 2:32 pmFAQParticipant
When a Geometry component (BladeEditor) is linked to Vista TF in Workbench, the machine type has to be defined in the FlowPath definition in BladeEditor, instead of in Vista TF. If a Liquid is needed as the Fluid Property in Vista TF, the machine type should be chosen in the BladeEditor FlowPath feature as Hydraulic Turbine and not Radial or Axial Turbine. If Radial or Axial Turbine is chosen, the Fluid Option will be changed automatically from Liquid to Ideal Gas for any Design Point update, and the calculation may fail.
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