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Old   May 10, 2005, 07:11
Default porous zone again
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Edward Roj
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Dear Fluent Users,

is anybody able to advice me how to incorporate a porous volume into a train of volumes (let it be one chamber consisting of 3 volumes: volume V1 - empty, V2 -porous, V3-empty). Gambit accepts separate volumes, meshes them, but finally generates a warning: "continuum entity "here is a name" does not contain any valid entity and is not written".First - what should I do with Gambit to specify my problem correctly? Of course I have specified volume V2 as continuum FLUID type. regards Edward
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