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Old   March 5, 2016, 13:16
Default Internal Combustion Engine - Simulation Software
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I am looking for a CFD software for my ICE project. Primarily focused on the activity inside the combustion chamber of SI/Diesel engines which involve moving meshes of the intake/exhaust valves and piston.

You may share the advantages/disadvantages of your suggestions.

For your information, I am quite new in CFD and I hope fellow experts can guide me on this.

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Old   March 7, 2016, 12:19
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Could you please help me for a "Numerical modeling on an active magnetic regenerator refrigeration".
In fact, i had a problem with the initial temperature of the hot and cold fluid.
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