June 10, 2020 at 5:59 pmAnwar007Subscriber
I am facing problem in to find out power and torque for a turbine. Because I am newbie in fluent. Gone through many videos available online but unable to get in-depth understanding of the concept. So its my request to you all can any one tell me how to do a proper setup to find these variables. If possible please create a proper video tutorial of setup or you may provide me any link for reference.
Also one more thing I am using Ansys 19 and in fluent window postprocessing tab is missing. Due to which I am unable to understand videos available on internet.
June 18, 2020 at 5:09 pmRKAnsys Employee
I will get back to you on the turbine but on post-processing, you should see in the tree structure.
June 18, 2020 at 5:12 pmRKAnsys Employee
Here is a useful link to find power and torque in fluent:
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