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Old   September 20, 2015, 06:38
Default How to give Cubic Centimeter Value in IC Engine analyzing
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I have only one problem that i don't know how to input cubic centimeter value in IC Engine simulation ansys 15.0...

I made a new geometry and meshing also done , every thing is OK But i don't know how to input CC values...

I am designing a piston of three different cc values of 100cc, 120cc and 150cc...

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