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Old   May 24, 2010, 21:59
Default 2-stroke interface boundary condition
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dear all:
I'm working on 2-stroke engine.
I wonder how can I set the boundary condition shown arrow in picture.
I set the two face "interface",as the piston's moving,they become intersect and species transport happens.but could any one tell me how to set the parameters of disjoint part for they still have some temperature and seems like wall.
thanks in advance
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Old   June 15, 2010, 07:35
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Unfortunately I can not help you. I am trying to build a 2-stroke model in Fluent myself. Do you happen to know of any good tutorials to get started?

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