February 3, 2022 at 11:32 pmcumaSubscriberFebruary 4, 2022 at 2:02 pmRKAnsys EmployeeHello,
Can you please give us more information on what you want to know from this figure? Thanks.
February 4, 2022 at 4:10 pmFebruary 4, 2022 at 9:33 pmrfblumenAnsys EmployeeThe mode "ang/thk" refers to Angle/Thickness. The blade shape in the developed view at a given span layer can be specified using mean camberline defined by beta as a function of normalized meridional coordinate (m') and the normal blade thickness applied to the mean camberline. This is the default mode for most applications and is supported by BladeEditor.
The other mode, "prs/sct" stands for Pressure-side/Suction-side. In this mode, the pressure side of the blade can be defined independently from the suction side based on m'-Theta coordinates. The prs/sct mode is not compatible with BladeEditor (although it is compatible with TurboGrid). One can switch from prs/sct to ang/thk by selecting under Model->Mode. There's not any great advantage to working with prs/sct over ang/thk as the same blade shape can be achieved in either mode. This mode is available as a legacy feature that was available in BladeGen prior to the introduction of BladeEditor.
If you go to the information table for the layer (or all layers), the LE/TE thickness values are listed under Bezier Parameters. The leading/trailing edge radius for a circular ellipse would be 1/2 those values.
February 6, 2022 at 7:50 pmcumaSubscriberViewing 4 reply threads
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