Turbo/Report... menu item opens the
Turbo Report panel.
Turbo Report Panel
Turbo Report panel allows you to calculate turbomachinery-specific quantities and integrals. See Section
28.9.2 for details.
contains quantities that can be calculated at inlets and outlets.
allows you to choose between
Area-Weighted averages for all applicable computed quantities. These quantities are calculated for the
Outlet topologies where applicable.
contains a list of defined topologies. Select from the list to display the values for the selected topology.
is the mass flow rate through a surface as defined in Equation
is the swirl number as defined in Equation
Average Total Pressure
is the area-averaged or mass-averaged total pressure as defined in Equation
28.9-4 or Equation
Average Total Temperature
is the area-averaged or mass-averaged total temperature as defined in Equation
28.9-6 or Equation
Average Radial Flow Angle
is the area-averaged or mass-averaged radial flow angle as defined in Equation
28.9-8 or Equation
Average Theta Flow Angle
is the area-averaged or mass-averaged tangential flow angle as defined in Equation
28.9-9 or Equation
contains the values of loss-related coefficients.
Engr. Passage Loss Coef
is the engineering loss coefficient as defined in Equation
Norm. Passage Loss Coef
is the normalized loss coefficient as defined in Equation
contains the axial force and the torque on the rotating parts.
is the axial force on the rotating parts as defined in Equation
is the torque on the rotating parts as defined in Equation
contains the values of isentropic, polytropic and hydraulic efficiencies.
is the isentropic efficiency for a compressor or a turbine (motor) calculated in the presence of a compressible working fluid as defined in Equation
28.9-20 or Equation
is the polytropic efficiency for a compressor or a turbine (motor) calculated in the presence of a compressible working fluid as defined in Equation
28.9-21 or Equation
is the hydraulic efficiency for a pump or a hydraulic turbine (motor) calculated in the presence of an incompressible working fluid as defined in Equation
28.9-16 or Equation
starts the calculation of the quantities in all the fields in the
Turbo Report panel. Note that this process may take some time for a large problem.
Select File dialog box, which you can use to save the reported values to a file.