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Old   September 29, 2016, 02:49
Default Need help with transient flow analysis of intake manifold using SolidWorks.
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Hello to everyone,

As I mentioned in the title I need help with simulation of intake manifold flow using SolidWorks flow simulation. I am sure most of you have seen this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vi8I4-Rpwio. I tried to apply the method from the video to my model. I copied the exact pressure/time tables from the video and followed the instructions, but when I run the solver I receive the error message: "Vortex crosses the pressure opening" and the values of this error are to great to be ignored and the results are far from real. I tried to simplify everything and created simple tube with inlet and outlet and run the simulation, changed the pressure values several time and every time and I got the same error message every time.

Can someone help me resolve this problem. I need to know what is this error message and why it appears. and how to overcome it.

If there are interested people I will provide the needed files.

Thank you in advance.
Georgi
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Hi Gerogi,

Greetings from Workshopwale Team!!

As you already know, softwares are just CFD tools and one can use different brands unless he/she are obsessed with any particular one.

We can help you with OpenFOAM. OpenFOAM is a open-source software and completely free to use even for commercial purpose.

If this suits your requirements, you can send your requirements to http://workshopwale.com/ or write us at: adarsh@workshopwale.com.
Awaiting a positive response from your end.
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Workshopwale Team!!
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Hello to everyone,

As I mentioned in the title I need help with simulation of intake manifold flow using SolidWorks flow simulation. I am sure most of you have seen this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vi8I4-Rpwio. I tried to apply the method from the video to my model. I copied the exact pressure/time tables from the video and followed the instructions, but when I run the solver I receive the error message: "Vortex crosses the pressure opening" and the values of this error are to great to be ignored and the results are far from real. I tried to simplify everything and created simple tube with inlet and outlet and run the simulation, changed the pressure values several time and every time and I got the same error message every time.

Can someone help me resolve this problem. I need to know what is this error message and why it appears. and how to overcome it.

If there are interested people I will provide the needed files.

Thank you in advance.
Georgi
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