ANSYS TurboGrid Tutorials

Chapter 1: Introduction to the ANSYS TurboGrid Tutorials
The ANSYS TurboGrid tutorials are designed to introduce general mesh-generation techniques used in
ANSYS TurboGrid.

Chapter 2: Rotor 37
This tutorial includes:
2.1. Overview of the Mesh Creation Process
2.2. Preparing the Working Directory
2.3. Defining the Geometry
2.4. Defining the Topology
2.5. Reviewing the Mesh Data Settings
2.6. Reviewing the Mesh Quality on the Hub and Shroud Tip Layers
2.7. Generating the Mesh
2.8. Looking at Mesh Data Values
2.9. Analyzing the Mesh Quality
2.10.Visualizing the Hub-to-Shroud Element Distribution
2.11. Observing the Shroud Tip Mesh
2.12. Examining the Mesh Qualitatively
2.13. Creating a Legend
2.14. Saving the Mesh
2.15. Saving the State (Optional)
This tutorial demonstrates the basic workflow for generating a CFD mesh using ANSYS TurboGrid. As you work through this tutorial, you will create a mesh for a blade passage of an axial compressor blade row. A typical blade passage is shown by the black outline in the figure below.

Chapter 3: Steam Stator
This tutorial includes:
3.1. Preparing the Working Directory
3.2. Defining the Geometry
3.3. Defining the Topology
3.4. Reviewing the Mesh Data Settings
3.5. Reviewing the Mesh Quality on the Hub and Shroud Layers
3.6. Generating the Mesh
3.7. Analyzing the Mesh
3.8. Saving the Mesh
3.9. Saving the State (Optional)
This tutorial teaches you how to:
• Import hub, shroud, and blade geometry from individual curve files.
• Change the method of constructing the hub and shroud curve types.
• Make colored surfaces to show variations in mesh measures (such as
Minimum Face Angle).
As you work through this tutorial, you will create a mesh for a blade passage of a steam stator. A typical blade passage is shown by the black outline in the figure below.

Chapter 4: Radial Compressor
This tutorial includes:
4.1. Preparing the Working Directory
4.2. Defining the Geometry
4.3. Defining the Topology
4.4. Reviewing the Mesh Data Settings
4.5. Generating the Mesh
4.6. Analyzing the Mesh
4.7. Saving the Mesh
4.8. Saving the State (Optional)
This tutorial teaches you how to:
• Set machine data and load curve files independently.
• Specify a “cut-off or square” edge on a blade.
• Choose an appropriate topology family under
ATM Topology.
As you work through this tutorial, you will create a mesh for a blade passage of a radial compressor blade row using the Automatic Topology and Meshing (ATM Optimized) feature. A typical blade passage is shown by the black outline in the figure below.

Chapter 5: Axial Fan
This tutorial includes:
5.1. Preparing the Working Directory
5.2. Defining the Geometry
5.3. Defining the Topology
5.4. Increasing the Mesh Density
5.5. Generating the Mesh
5.6. Using the Locking Feature
5.7.The Y+ Functionality
5.8. Using Local Mesh Refinement
5.9. Analyzing the Mesh
5.10. Adding Inlet and Outlet Domains
5.11. Analyzing the New Mesh
5.12. Saving the Mesh
5.13. Saving the State (Optional)
This tutorial teaches you how to:
• Switch to a Meridional (A-R) projection in the viewer.
• Change the shape and position of the
Inlet and Outlet geometry objects that bound the blade passage
in the streamwise direction.
• Use the ATM Optimized feature to generate and customize a mesh as desired.
• Extend the mesh by adding inlet and outlet domains.
As you work through this tutorial, you will create a mesh for a blade passage of a fan. A typical blade
passage, inlet domain, and outlet domain, are shown by the black outline in the figure below.

Chapter 6: Tandem Vane
This tutorial includes:
6.1. Preparing the Working Directory
6.2. Defining the Geometry
6.3. Defining the Topology
6.4. Setting the Mesh Density
6.5. Generating the Mesh
This tutorial teaches you how to:
• Create a mesh involving tandem vanes using a topology template.
As you work through this tutorial, you will create a mesh for a blade set of a radial machine component that has tandem vanes. A typical blade set is shown by the black outline in the figure below.

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