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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. For rapid analysis, the most basic blade sketch may be sufficient.
Depending on the design process and need, the blade geometry can be analyzed for aerodynamic performance, or mechanical behavior using state-of-the-art ANSYS fluid dynamics or ANSYS structural mechanics products. Given the machine duty — mass flow, pressure ratio, etc.
Interactive Blade Design ANSYS BladeModeler defines your design as a number of 2D sketches, either at span-wise or at user-defined positions, to immediately and interactively generate the full 3D design, as well as provide quantitative information such as blade angles and throat area. The software uses meridional view to define flow paths, and two modes are available for defining blade shapes.
And you can perform the entire process in a single CAE environment.