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Old   December 1, 2010, 22:29
Default Diesel Engine Combustion Analysis
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I am trying to do a Engine Combustion Analysis.
How can I confirm that combustion is actually occuring. The reason for me asking the question is when I run the same case file with the injections and DPM turned off, I am getting the same temperature and pressure at the end of TDC as those with injections and DPM turned on.
The reaction rate is showing some values, but not quite convinced that combustion is actually occuring. Any help would greatly be appreciated.
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