|April 25, 2010, 05:18||
Intake Flow Simulation Accuracy
Join Date: Apr 2010
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This is my first time in this forum and also my first time with Fluent.
I'm trying to simulate flow thoru the intake duct and valve of a gasoline engine to calculate the direct discharge coefficient with fluent and I procided in this way:
1 - mesh with workbench with y-plus between 30-300
2 - boundary condition:
2.1 - First Approach: - pressure inlet 101325 Pa total pressure
- pressure outlet 86325 Pa static pressure
this setup take to instable and non phisical solution
2.2 - Second Approach: - velocity inlet
- pressure outlet -15000 Pa relative to atmosperic pressure
in both cases I set a T.I. of 5% at inlet and 4% at outlet with relative hydraulic diameter.
As Solver i use Simple with Momentum Second Upwind and I initialize with inlet condition.
With second approach I obtain coherent values but the matching with experimental values of discharge coefficent was affected by at least 10% of relative error.
Have you any suggestion to improve the accuracy of this model??
Thank you very much.
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