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Old   February 5, 2013, 11:43
Default porous-jump cannot be used in Eulerian multiphase flow?
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tested: Ansys 14.0 and 14.5

I'm setting up an internal face as porous-jump, and then when I choose the Eulerian multiphase model, it says "Warning: The porous-jump zone type is not valid with currently enabled models. Change zone type or enable appropriate models before proceeding".

If I tried to use VOF or mixture model, then it will be OK.

I'm wondering why is this incompatibility? Thanks~
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