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Old   November 3, 2011, 06:57
Post Need help for IC engine analysis in basic level
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I am doing a IC engine (SI engine) analysis for my project.

I am quite new to Fluent and gambit. I did some basic things using mixing of fluids etc.

But I can't get any good tutorials for IC engine where there is mixing of 2 materials, combustion etc.
I want to analyze The flow and combustion in IC engine using Hydrogen

I am having trouble
1) using 2 different materials at 2 inlets.
2) Creating a spark plug in gambit
3)opening and closing of valves( can we change it to act like normal valve without physically defining a valve?) ie just by properties.
4) setting the cooling by a water cooling jacket.

I want to do a static analysis then go for dynamic. and if possible take it to 3D

Can anyone help me with above. anyone have some good tuts for this?

Plz reply here or send them to sankarram90[at]gmail[dot]com
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