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Hi everyone,

 

Is 'FlexLogger' or any other 'NI products' capable to calculate/simulate the heat energy from the exhaust gases of a car ??

 

Thanking you all in advance for answering !!

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Please explain the terms "Calculate/simulate". Do you have data (measured or simulated)? Do you have formulas?

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Thanks for replying,

 

Not really, only engine specifications. What I meant was if the FlexLogger Functions or any other product from NI can simulate the flow the heat exhaust gases of an engine, by inputing the engine specification.

 

I hope that I clarified my request.

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Your question seems more like modelling and simulation and nothing about data acquisition of real-life parameters.

Santhosh
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@KZ_matt00 wrote:

... simulate the flow the heat exhaust gases of an engine, by inputing the engine specification.

 


Once you have a formula to calculate the desired quantity, all you need is to implement the math using your favorite programming language. Nothing to do with Flexlogger.

 

Earlier you were talking about "heat energy". Seems very vague. Now you talk about "flow". Equally vague.

 

Is this just a scalar quantity or do you want to do finite element modeling given the geometries and everything defining the current engine state over time (engine temperature, rpm, environment temperature, fuel type, timepoint in engine cycle, # of cylinders, etc. etc. )

 

 

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