|November 6, 2009, 16:29||
modelling intake restrictor
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Just wondering which physics models i should be choosing to model an intake restrictor (used after the throttle of an intake for an engine).
The basic shape is a convergent divergent nozzle and from this i've calculated that with change of density due to pressure change, i can achieve 312m/s rather than the speed of sound.
Obviously i need to try and model the restrictor to achieve this, however with what i've tried so far i get results of 4-500 m/s.
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