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Old   July 7, 2011, 15:26
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Hello everyone,

I am trying to model bleed inside an intake using the porous jump condition available in Fluent, but I'm lost as to how.

The case I have is simple, inside the intake on one of the surfaces there are a number of bleed holes. I intend to model my case in 2D, and for that I will need to use this jump condition.

If anyone can give me some guidance here, I'd be thankful.

Thank you
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