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Old   June 28, 2006, 10:12
Default Cuadratic Resistance Coefficient
Rosalba Cobos De los Santos
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In the formula to calculate Kd , the pressure drop and velocity are involved (Kd= dP/dx * 1/u^2). Which velocity is this one?? Ustream velocity, velocity through the pourous media or dawnstream velocity (right after comming out from the pourous media)?
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Old   July 3, 2006, 08:44
Default Re: Cuadratic Resistance Coefficient
V. Kumar
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Since the equations are discretized in a code, this should be the velocity at the node where you compute/store your solution, i.e. the local velocity through the porous media.

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