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Old   August 5, 2013, 17:45
Question Porous media tomography
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Dear friends,

I want to simulate the flow in the oil resevoir condition. I've seen many porous solver in the openfoam. but I want to simulate the geometry which has been given from tomography data (3D geometry). is it possible to simulate this condition? or porous solvers in openfoam just take some properties such as porosity and solve the equations according to them?

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