# Adding two Energy Equations to Porous Solver

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 October 29, 2013, 11:38 Adding two Energy Equations to Porous Solver #1 New Member   Faraj Join Date: Feb 2010 Posts: 22 Rep Power: 8 Hello everyone, I want to simulate porous media with solid heat transfer. I am going to add "addTwoEquationsEnthalpy" to hEqn.h fvScalarMatrix hEqn ( fvm::div(phi, h) - fvm::Sp(fvc::div(phi), h) - fvm::laplacian(turbulence->alphaEff(), h) == - fvc::div(phi, 0.5*magSqr(U), "div(phi,K)") ); pZones.addTwoEquationsEnthalpySource(thermo, gamma, ts, hEqn); hEqn.relax(); hEqn.solve(); thermo.correct(); Apart from it I should add tsEqn.h equation somewhere in solver folder "I guess so" fvScalarMatrix tsEqn ( -fvm::laplacian(kappa,ts) ); pZones.addTwoEquationsTsSource(thermo, gamma, ts, tsEqn); tsEqn.relax(); tsEqn.solve();} Here "kappa" is convection constant and "ts" is temperature of solid. I just don't know the procedure of adding this equation to the solver. If you could help me, that would be very nice. Thank you.

 October 30, 2013, 17:19 #2 Senior Member   Cyprien Join Date: Feb 2010 Location: Stanford University Posts: 251 Rep Power: 10 Is your simulation domain only a porous medium ? In that case, I suggest you to program your own solver. You will get what you are doing under control ! Here is a full tutorial to program a 2 temperatures heat transfer solver in porous media (from slide #60) https://www.imft.fr/IMG/pdf/INITIATI...OME_1v3-05.pdf Everything is in French (I prepare an english version.. but not for now) but there is all the snippets and you could easily understand what you have to code. Regards, Cyp Bahram likes this.

 December 3, 2013, 06:20 #3 New Member   Faraj Join Date: Feb 2010 Posts: 22 Rep Power: 8 This is perfrect, Thank you very much. I already started to modification of the solvers. My simulation domain is partially (20 %) porous medium.

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