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Leon Mills June 18, 2002 00:35

Help on porosity
 
I am trying to model a perforated plasterboard ceiling. I know that the perforations make up 50% of the area of the plasterboard.

Can I use a 'plate' in phoenics and set the perosity=0.5 . The exact flow through the perforations is not important but the flow through the perforated panel is.

I am on the right track ?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Leon

David Connolly June 18, 2002 08:59

Re: Help on porosity
 
You can use a standard blockage and make the material the domain material. You will then be able to change quite a few aspects of the blockage, including porosity.


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