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Old   October 6, 2010, 16:10
Default Boundary condition for porous media
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Hi,
Currently I'm working on a porous media set-up for helical tube, where pure oxygen is being transferred from outside through a membrane (Hollow fibre) to tube. Operating oxygen pressure is given. I am facing difficulty in assigning species mass fraction at the wall (membrane), concentration and inertial resistance of membrane.
Can anyone help me to get rid of these problems.

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Old   October 7, 2010, 09:18
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if you do a search on here for 'porous' you will see a lot of threads talking about that..maybe your answer is in there. I actually did lab experiments to get my inertial resistance when doing my study.
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