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Centrifugal analysis

akaramyan
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Centrifugal analysis

Hello everyone. I want to simulate a rotor of fan under centrifugal force, but I don't know how to do it. The rotor rotate 3000 rpm, I don't know where put constraint. Please describe me step by step. Thank you.


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We could, but then you would not learn anything!

What have you tried so far? Have you Googled your problem? Apart from the software, how would you approach this problem? What loads and constraints would you apply?

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That looks pretty good!

Why have you not constrained the model in Z-direction? Right now everything is free to "float into space" in that direction, and so the solver can't solve the displacements since they are undetermined in Z-direction. That is why you get the error.

I again get incorrect answer

Details please?

Thanks

Thank you for sharing the model, but what is the answer you are finding and why is it wrong?

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