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Old   July 13, 2019, 07:18
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Hello everyone,

my thesis goal is to evaluate the different combustion models for a spark-ignition engine, more precisely the classic combustion with injection in the manifold. At the beginning I have to simulate the premixed combustion through finite rate / eddy dissipation (the classic combustion with injection in the manifold), but my tutor told me to eliminate the injection point in the geometry decomposition phase.

The mixture to be burned is n-octane air; in addition the mixture at the entrance must already be premixed.

When I go to simulate, it returns an error on the calculation of the path dpm.

Any help is welcome.
I attach geometry images, templates and the fluent report file.
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