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Old   July 3, 2010, 06:03
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if I want to simulate a 2D plane which has holes.
I try to build a model which has holes in Gambit.
But,this method is not good.
My question is porous jump is a sound-absorbing media or only a plane which
has holes?
Porous jump can replace the steps which build model in Gambit?

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Old   July 5, 2010, 02:20
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what is your problem in Gambit?
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Old   July 5, 2010, 11:51
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You can use the porous jump instead of your perforated plate. You just specify it as porous jump in gambit and then you can set the correct reistance in fluent
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how do i specify a region as a porous jump in Gambit?
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porous jump is available as a boundary condition in fluent BC options
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if you try to find the pressure loss from your perforated plate, I don't think using porous jump is the right choice, since you give the resistance of the plane as input...
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