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Old   October 6, 2014, 09:53
Default Porous Jump As Well As Porous Zone
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Is it necessary to use both porous zone and porous jump condition at the same time? If yes, how to set values of permeability, thickness and pressure loss coefficient? Please suggest some help.
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Old   October 6, 2014, 10:41
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Hello Ammofreak,
you have to set up only one condition: if you want to model the porous part only with its parameters you can select porous jump (it is a surface in 3D and a line in 2D systems); otherwise you can set up a porous zone that is a true geometry model of your porous part.

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