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Old   September 8, 2004, 10:59
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hello evrey body,

I have filter in a duct and i you want to simulate it as porous media,the pressure drop along its thikness (dp=0.8pa),how can i do that?

I wish any suggestion. moh

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Old   September 8, 2004, 11:11
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You will have to define in your mesh a porous region to represent your filter. When defining your boundary conditions, you will then specify the boundary which represents your porous media. within this menu you will need to specify resistance coefficients which are explained in Section 6.19.6 in the Fluent help files. Specifically, you will use your pressure drop info as the example under the heading: "Deriving the Porous Coefficients Based on Experimental Pressure and Velocity Data"

good luck, let me know if you have further questions after looking at all that
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Old   September 8, 2004, 12:02
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Hello Brian,

thanks alot for your information.IF you have very simple example for my problem can you send to my email,because i want to know that i did the right thing.

thanks moh
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