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DS2012 March 22, 2012 13:59

Porous jump for mesh built in ICEM

I've built a 2D axisymmetric geometry of a transonic nozzle in ICEM, with the intention of defining a part of the nozzle wall as porous. The porous wall fits between the air within the nozzle and the atmosphere.

When I read this in to fluent, fluent doesn't recognise the existence of this boundary condition, even if I set it as something as simple as a 'wall' in ICEM.

Any help you could offer would be hugely appreciated.



Ammofreak October 6, 2014 09:28

same problem here
Did you get your problem solved. I am doing same problem for screens for wind tunnel. Please help if you know how to introduce porous media.

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