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Old   June 18, 2010, 06:02
Default Modelling Ignition in 2-D Model.
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Hello Friends,

I am trying to simulate a 2-D IC Engine in Fluent 6.3.26 using spark model and one without it and checked the transport species in both cases using hydrgen+air as fuel. The results in both cases are arriving. The output temperatures in both cases are different. I am getting the Max tempeterature as 3732 K in case of spark ignition and 2370 K in the latter one . Please help me by providing a solid reason behind it. Hoping for a positive reply.

Thanx in Advance.
Chandra Shekhar

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