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Old   September 28, 2012, 05:57
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Hi all,

I am doing a project in which i have to do SI engine simulation using CNG in ANSYS FLUENT. For the same i would have to create a mesh on my own and i have no experience of it.

1) What kind of CAD model is required for it , i mean does it has to be hollow in the regions which would comprise the fluid domain?. How should one model Valve?

2)What is the meshing strategy used i.e. what kind of cells have to be used for different regions and interfaces.

Is meshing doable in ANSYS ?? Does any one has any guide/tutorial regarding this.

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Old   September 30, 2012, 02:32
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I have a Good tutorial about this project in my blog.

Cold Flow Simulation Inside an SI Engine
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