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Old   October 26, 2009, 03:54
Default How to model compression flow in Fluent
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Sir,

I am trying a simple model to understand the piston movement (Valves Closed). I just want to see how the movement occurs and the compression. Can you please help me out in this?
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Hi,
First you try to mesh with structured grid in the cylinder region so that layering is possible.
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I am trying to model a simple compression model in a piston cylinder assembly as well. Will a Fluent surface mesh do the job ?
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