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Livlouille July 19, 2006 05:37

porous media drying
 
Hello, do you think I can modelize a porous media drying (by hot air) thank's to fluent ? If yes, do you have any information about best practices on this kind of simulation?

Thanks in advance

Regards

J.Gimbun July 19, 2006 16:42

Re: porous media drying
 
Yes why not. Some people are doing such thing but they loking at every single micro channel. Meaning that they really draw the porous hole zone one by one. I'm not sure if the porous media in Fluent have any simplified solution but it is worthy to try. It fairly easy just that you need to know the porosity and media resistance.

F.Behafarid July 21, 2006 23:49

Re: porous media drying
 
Hello. I have a problem and I thought you can help me. I want to simulate the underground water flow in a confined aquifer. the geometry, boundery and initial conditions are absoloutely simple.

I developed a CFD code but I need a software such as Fluent to validate my answers. how can I do this with Fluent.

I'm waiting for your answer. Thank you very much. Goodbye.

Valpress June 20, 2011 02:55

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Originally Posted by Livlouille
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Hello, do you think I can modelize a porous media drying (by hot air) thank's to fluent ? If yes, do you have any information about best practices on this kind of simulation?

Thanks in advance

Regards

Hello Livlouille,

I would like to ask wheter you have solved your simulation task somehow. I try to set drying process in Fluent 13.0 but for now without success.

Please see:

http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/flu...g-process.html


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