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Old   March 24, 2006, 10:14
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I am having negetive density problem in my model run at 196 degree after BDC. I am not confident about the boundary conditions specified (in the events and in change grid command), as piston motion controls the intake and exhaust port sizes.

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Old   May 18, 2006, 21:51
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is it a japenese motor?
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Old   May 19, 2006, 00:36
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I think so because piston gets stuck at the closing of ports due to negetive density.

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