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Old   November 27, 2014, 14:20
Default Transient CFD for intake manifold
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Hello everyone..
I am working on an Intake manifold design and need to do a transient analysis on either Fluent or CFX to know exactly the pattern of air moving inside.

Basically, I am clueless and need urgent help with how to simulate the valves movement at the runner's end of the intake....

I have a pressure-time table for 4 cylinders but when i apply boundary conditions using pressure table at runner ends and simulate, the air flows only in one cylinder..

can you please guide me what boundary conditions should i use at runners to simulate the air flow??
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