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Tomislav Sencic March 31, 2005 04:50

Fluent & IC Engines
 
Does anybody know how efficient Fluent is in simulations of Internal Combustion Engines processes (piston & valve motion, spray, combustion, very turbulent environment), compared to the specialized software like Kiva or Fire?

Ray April 3, 2005 23:41

Re: Fluent & IC Engines
 
Hi sir, Fluent was totally sux in ICE simulation. In fluent 6.1 u dont hav the spark ignition module and if u wanna do dual fuel simulation, u will have a headache. I suggest u go for AVL Fire. tats really makes yr life easy. i saw the software demo, it was totally impress. unfortunately i dont hav the training manual but i got the "student" verion of the software. if u can find the manual, perhaps we can excahnge :)

regards, Ray

sairamesh April 7, 2005 11:16

Re: Fluent & IC Engines
 
hi tom yeah im also facing lot of difficulty in simulating ic engine flow in fluent please send me the address from where i can down load the student version of AVL Fire. regards ramesh

mahdi April 19, 2005 09:00

Re: Fluent & IC Engines
 

saravana kumar.s April 19, 2005 14:11

Re: Fluent & IC Engines
 
sir, i am in project now. so ifeel that ur guidance through mail will help me a lot regarding the ic engines. so i kindly request ur help.

thank you,

saravana kumar.s


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