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Old   November 5, 2017, 05:10
Default How to detect knock by using SAGE combustion model
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Hi,

I am using SAGE model for simulating GDI engine case. I want to detect knock in the engine. For this what setting I have to use with SAGE combustion model? I have advanced the spark timing and set maximum Mach CFL limit as 10. Is there anything more required to detect knock?

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Ankit,

We have an advanced training session covering simulation of engine knock. Please contact support@convergecfd.com for a copy of the relevant training slides.

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