February 8, 2021 at 2:54 pmJoaoAlexSubscriber
I´m performing a parametric simulation with 3 input parameters and 1 output parameter, its a steady-state simulation where a pump rotates in water. Two input parameters (P3 and P4) are from DesignModeler (geometric parameters, so the blade width and blade inlet angle), 1 input parameter from CFX (P5) which is the impeller rotation and 1 output parameter from CFX-post (P1 - impeller torque).
The goal is to vary the parameter from CFX within specific values, for example rotation 1 = 1400 RPM, rotation 2 = 1600 RPM, rotation 3 = 1800 RPM while varying the 2 parameters from DM with in a given range (for example width from 1 to 2, so 1, 1.1, 1.2, and so on) .
I tried to use the "Manufacturable values" in the DOE options for the parameter of rotation (P5), but when I preview the DOE values I can check that its not working...February 19, 2021 at 5:12 pmSurya DebAnsys EmployeeHello, nI see that you have 3 values specified under Manufacturable Values. How many levels are you using?nAll the DOE P5 values [column D] lie within 1400 to 1800 RPM [your levels for manufacturable values]. So I don't see any issues here.nMaybe I am missing something.nRegards,nSDnViewing 1 reply thread
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