To your last question. For us, it is impossible to do.
The only way we could acheive that, is running the engine in a CFD program. Wich I will probably do....soon.
Luc wrote:Okey guys,
I have started the CFD programs for the Nozzle, intake stack and engine.
First, I have started with the full assembly (Nozzle, intake stack and engine) but the program took 41 minutes just to complete the meshing. So I have decided to run this in 3 steps.
Step 1. Will be the nozzle it self, to find gas velocity, using propane at 225 psi. at 1200Â°F.
Step 2. Will be the intake stack, using the Nozzle results.
Step 3. Will be the intake stack connected to the engine, as it represent a restriction for the intake stack performance.
Each time I complete a simulation, I will post the result and the flow image so you guys will have a nice fun evaluating these results.
I guess you guys are all exited and are ancious to see the first one ... He he he. Am I not a nice guy??? ... Lol.
Remember, I saw simulations that took 63 hours, once, so be patient, they will come.
Nice day guys,
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