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Old   January 25, 2011, 13:59
Default where should enter the thermal conductivity, density, and specific heat value of Al a
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Hi CFX user,

Previously, I was doing solid and fluid domain modelling in my 3-D geometry. I could easily solve the problem.

CurrentlyI am attached honey comb structure (considered as a porous media) just below the solids in my 3-D geometry. The honeycomb structure consists of aluminium alloy mesh. I know porosity, and permeability values. In the porous domain , where should enter the thermal conductivity, density, and specific heat value of Al alloy used in the porous section?. Not only flow modelling, heat transfer modelling also i want to do for this porous section.

In this case, should i have to use dispersed solid or dispersed fluid?

If anyone know about this problem, kindly help me to model.

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