March 31, 2023 at 12:53 amArunTejaSubscriber
Dear Fellow members,
I have noticed the following command while setting up the incylinder combustion simulation in ANSYS FLUENT
cal-act-for-ahrr - (wb-ice-write-AHRR '(ice-fluid-chamber-bottom ice-fluid-chamber-top ice-fluid-piston)) I am assuming that this command will generate the Apparent heat release rate graph of the given ICE engine
My query: is there any other command for the incylinder pressure graph or incylinder temeprature graph..?
April 18, 2023 at 1:30 pmC NAnsys Employee
I recommend you to create a rake or line or isoclip save it then go to report definitions cerate surface report - area weighted average option and in that choose that particular line or rake or isoclip surface made oon the geometry then choose plot or contour of pressure and temperature . This should solve your problem and you can get the in cylinder temperature and pressure.
April 18, 2023 at 9:42 pmArunTejaSubscriber
Thanks for your reply. Yes, I have created a cut plane and I have observed the contours for pressure and temperature. The contours are not use full for me to validate the results. So that's why I am wondering if I can able to get the in-cylinder pressure or temperature graphs, I can validate them with the engine experimental results.
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