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Old   February 20, 2014, 22:03
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Yes, The porous zone-0 has thickness 7 cm.
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then you have to build also this volume
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Old   February 21, 2014, 03:32
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Hmmm, volume 2 is porous zone.
How to connect between volume 1 and volume 2 ?
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Yes, between volume 1 and volume 2, there is porous media.
I understood volume 2 is fluid, and you need a third volume
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Old   February 21, 2014, 03:51
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Hmmm, Iam sorry.
When I finished to build thrid volume,
Aftet that, which menu in gambit (union,split, or substract) to connect them?
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if volume 1 is fluid
if volume 2 is fluid
if volume 3 is porous
then you have to connect all surfaces
you can provide me your dbs file once porous volume is done
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Voume 1 is fluid, and volume 2 is porous
This is my dbs file.
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ok now I understand
Split volume 1 with volume 2 (option "retain" disabled)
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Okay Max, thank's for your help.
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