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Old   February 24, 1999, 10:02
Default Duct Flow
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Sanjay Padhiar
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I have a duct with one inlet boundary (velocity normal to inlet), 3 outlets. At the ends of the duct I am attaching a porous zone (25mm length), with the outlet boundary set to zero pressure. Can anyone tell me is the anyway of calculating the permeabilty and inertial resistance factor without knowing the static pressure drop across the porous media?

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