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Jaipal December 28, 2002 13:51

averaged quantities of incylinder data
 
Hai, Iam doing flow analysis in DI DIESEL engine with moving piston and valves..Does anyboday know how to get the averaged quantities of incylinder data??? I want to know the averaged quantities of pressure temperature and all other properties inside the cylinder.can anybody tell about this.. thanks in advance.. urs jaipal

massimo December 29, 2002 09:26

Re: averaged quantities of incylinder data
 
You could try with command RAVG, but I can't understand very well your problem. Bye

CJ Tune December 29, 2002 23:08

Re: averaged quantities of incylinder data
 
RAVG is an option in the *GET command. You also try out SUMM.

tailor02 December 30, 2002 22:31

Re: averaged quantities of incylinder data
 
I checked the command manual but found neither RAVG or the same option in *get. what's the problem?

tailor02 December 30, 2002 22:33

Re: averaged quantities of incylinder data
 
load the value of some variable in one register. load the volume( area) of cset in another register sum up the two registers respectively then get the average data by divide the former with the later

Jaipal December 31, 2002 03:58

Re: averaged quantities of incylinder data
 
Hai all, Thank u for fast respone.I got ur point. RAVG is only for getting the avegare of data in the register. SUMM command i will try and see. I have one more doubt can we write a user defined fuction to get the average values of incylinder data. My intention is to plot a incylinder pressure and temperature graphs with respetive to crank angle.. can anybody help me. thanks in advance.

JAIPAL

Joern Beilke December 31, 2002 04:47

Re: averaged quantities of incylinder data
 
Have a look at

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tailor02 January 2, 2003 02:17

Re: averaged quantities of incylinder data
 
SORRY FOR making mistakes in my last post. it should be: load the variable value in 1st register.; load the areas or volumns of the cset in 2nd register; multiple the 1st and 2nd acoordingly and save the results in the 3rd register; sum up the 1st and 3rd register respectively; and divide the sum of 3rd register by that of the 1st register , you can get the average value


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