ANSYS BladeModeler is used to design axial, mixed-flow and radial blade components in applications such as pumps, compressors, fans, blowers, turbines, expanders, turbochargers, inducers and more. Blade designs can be combined with other non-bladed components, like housings, blade roots or complex 3D tip regions. These non-bladed components can be created directly or imported using CAD connections to all major CAD vendors without limits on the designs that can assembled and assessed. ANSYS BladeModeler software provides the essential link between interactive blade design, mesh generation and advanced simulation, including fluid dynamics and structural mechanics. Complete Geometric Modeling You can choose the level of geometric detail for your analysis.

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Version 1. All rights reserved. BladeModeler Inventory Add-In to DesignModeler, which means it enhances the functionality of. BladeEditor can be used, the BladeModeler. BladeEditor in. BladeGen is. BladeGen model. View to set the import. Training Manual. Revolved trim. BGD file changes.

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Blade Part Creation. Blade Topology. Faces not merged. With faces merged. Hub Part Creation. BladeEditor: Tip Clearance. Fluid Enclosure. BladeEditor: Import Enhancements. BladeEditor: Periodoc Surface Options. Three Piece. One Piece. Solid Modeling Features. Blade fillets. Shroud cover. Region Creation. Updating the BladeGen Model. Hub sketch before update.

Hub sketch after update. Hub contour. Break in the. Importing to CFX-Mesh. Workbench Import Options. Mixed Flow Pump. Axial Fan.

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Embed Size px x x x x FEA meshing is often easier when the blade is created with four primary faces not including root and tip. No means always create the blade with six faces: pressure side, suction side, leading edge, trailing edge, top and bottom. Improved robustness in the periodic surface creation, especially when the surfaces are close to the machine axis. Yes default means that the BladeGen model should be re-imported whenever the source BGD file changes. If the number of contour segments has changed, any DM features added that depend on the edge or face topology may need their selections adjusted. View Download 46 Category Documents.


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