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Old   September 3, 2010, 06:30
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I try to model a 2D air flow through a tree (conifer tree) and I wonder whether anyone knows any typical values of the following input settings required in the fluid panel for the porous media (the tree):

1) Viscous resistance
2) Inertial resistance

If you have a reference as well it will be also very useful.

Many thanks,
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