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Old   October 19, 2004, 17:29
Default ANSYS Flotran for porous material
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Does anybody knows how to use ANSYS flotran to model porous material by using fluid142? I put the permability into the model, but it seems the result did not change at all.

I saw a lot of people here using CFX to model porous material problem, is the theory for Flotran and CFX similar?

Any comments are welcome!

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Old   October 19, 2004, 18:39
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Jim:

Email me and I will send you an example.

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Old   October 20, 2004, 13:58
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My email address is jim.guan@gmail.com, I also send you an email.

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Old   November 16, 2004, 20:01
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I have computed the seepage field of a earth dam,but I use thermal anlysis,if you think this may be useful,I can send it to you
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I made simulation for fracture aquifer. groundwater water model.
I want to used FLOTRAN141(2D). but I do not how to put the permeability.
I expoler in material model in ANSYS-FLOTRAN I get thermal conductivity only no hydrualic conductivity.
If you have Tutorial IN ANSYS GUI.Shell you send it?


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Email me and I will send you an example.

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Dear Sun man
can you sen me your example file for earthen dam analysis ?
I would like to look into it.
I am working with Ansys 13 environment for earthen dam break . I am very new in this .my email address>yasharif@yahoo.com
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You might be modelling a dam break, but I doubt a flotran simulation will help you much. It is the old CFD solver which used to come with ANSYS FEA.
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Old   December 10, 2011, 07:10
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Thnx, you are right, I am modeling a dam break.
Do you have any step by step handout or sample problem that would help me to build up the model in ANSYS 13.
I appreciate your help.
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Old   December 11, 2011, 03:42
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I have computed the seepage field of a earth dam,but I use thermal anlysis,if you think this may be useful,I can send it to you
Dear Brother
I am very new in ANSYS 13.
Can you tell me the step by step procedure to compute seepage field of a earth dam ?
I appreciate your help.
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Old   December 11, 2011, 18:59
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The free surface flow over a bump tutorial is a good start.

This old post is all about flotran so will not be any use to you if you are using CFX - that's if the original authors are still alive.
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Old   December 12, 2011, 00:10
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Thank you very much dear friend.
Is there any tutorial on that so that would help me in defining the porous material like mixture of soils..?
Thanx again
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The catalytic converter example uses a porous material. I think you should go through the tutorials yourself and do the ones relevant to your model.
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