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Old   July 22, 2004, 04:16
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Sébastien ERNANDES
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Hi everybody,

I'm working on a DI diesel engine. What do you mind about various models for wall impingement? When I look for the tutorials, I see each time that the "Rebound" model is selected : is it the more adapted for the study of engine cylinder? Is the "Bai" model 'efficient'? Thanks for your advice.

Best regards, Sébastien
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Old   July 23, 2004, 04:22
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The Bai model is the most realistic one in STAR for fuel spray impingement. I suppose the tutorials use rebound because it is simple.
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