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Old   February 25, 2002, 22:08
Default How to defined the argument in porous media???
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Hi... my dear friend I have a problem about defining a few arguments in porous media..

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The momentum transport equation has a source term for the porous media used for flows through diffusion layer based on Darcy's law , the permeability B is assumed to be isotropic and was calculated to be 2.3*e-11 (unit : m**2 ) (porosity of 0.4 )

Could you tell me how to defined the argument in the porous media ????

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Old   February 26, 2002, 13:14
Default Re: How to defined the argument in porous media???
Evan Rosenbaum
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Under the Define menu, select Boundary Conditions. Select the appropriate zone and click the Set button. Check the Porous Zone box, and set the properties in the window below the box.
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