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Old   July 14, 2008, 06:27
Default Free media&porous media.Big changes in properties.
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Hello everybody!!

I have a question, perhaps you could help me.

I have a 2D domain where an area is a porous media and there, obviously, there is a change in some physical properties: porosity (e) and permeability (K). In this porous area we have a value of porosity less than 1.0 and a value of permeability with an order of 10e-11. This makes that incompressible Navier-Stokes equations have an extra-term in this porous area, called Darcy-term that is (v/K)*u, where v=dynamic viscosity, K=permeability and u=velocity vector.

I use FEM (finite element method). I want to use a stabilized FE method. And as I have a change in physical properties (between flow in free media and flow in porous media), I don't know what type of stabilization I should use. I have tested GLS (Galerkin least squares), SUPG ... but they don't seem to work properly with a big change in permeability value (in free media permeability values infinity whereas in porous media it values about 10e-11).

I would be really grateful if you could give some advice or references of some articles where the implementation of such stabilized method was explained.

Thanks in advance Best regards Isa
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Old   July 14, 2008, 07:18
Default MODELLING OF AUTOMOTIVE CHARGE AIR COOLER
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Kirankumar N Shiva
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Hi Every one,

I have to model the Automotive CAC, with the internal and external fin, Could any one you please suggest how do I go on with this initially. The main problem which I am facing is if i have to mesh the tubes with the internal fin and as well as external fins. The model is going too be too big. I need to determine the heat transferr rate at certain inlett temperature of coolent air passing through it at certain temperature. Could any one of you please help me with this.

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