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Qiuxin April 8, 2010 04:52

How to set the parameters?
 
When I simulate the arogn fluid through the porous media.However,I don't know how to set the viscous inertial resistance factor and the inertial resisitance factor.Thank you for help!

therockyy April 10, 2010 13:18

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Originally Posted by Qiuxin (Post 253720)
When I simulate the arogn fluid through the porous media.However,I don't know how to set the viscous inertial resistance factor and the inertial resisitance factor.Thank you for help!

have you tried the module viscosity and turbulence?

oky November 22, 2010 22:53

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Originally Posted by therockyy (Post 254095)
have you tried the module viscosity and turbulence?


I don't understand what you mean :confused:

How to make it ??:cool:

MuxaB November 29, 2010 23:58

flow resistance in porous media is define in FLOW-3D by drag coefficient K:

du/dt=...-K*u

Where the expression for K depends on the choice of the drag model. The most commonly used is the Reynolds number dependent drag, IDRG=4, which requires a linear and quadratic flow loss coefficients. The Manual gas more details on choosing those.

oky December 23, 2010 01:50

Hi all,

How to modeling porous medium in fluent, if it's heated from below.
If I have a rectangular channel and fitted porous medium with the porosity is 15%.

oky February 1, 2011 20:59

Hi everyone,

I'm trying simulation porous media in rectangular channel, but the result isn't suitable with any research.

So, would you help me. I wish someone can check my simulation and give some reports if there is something wrong.

Thank you for your help.
Please send your e-mail, than i will send you my works to to your email.
my e-mail: oky.andytya.net@gmail.com

Regrads,
OKY Andytya P

note:
I use ANSYS Fluent 6.3 [CFD]

otd February 3, 2011 09:26

You might consider posting this request in the 'Fluent' discussions'.


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