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Question Setting up a Two Phase One Component Porous Media Case
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Hi all,
I want to setup a 2p1c non-isothermal model for a porous media domain. It is a 2d domain of porous media saturated with water and at one point of domain I have to inject steam (flux and enthalpy). Can you please help me in getting started.. how I can set up a OpenFOAM case.. is there any tutorial or test case available for this kind of problems?
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