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Old   December 4, 2007, 06:03
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Hello, does anyone view the tutorial 10 of CFX? My topic is a bit similar to that one. In a word, there are two pipes at each sides, and porous anode in the middle. I tried two methodes: The first way is to define union region domain and then porous anode as subdomain; the second is to define fluid domains with the left and right pipes, porous anode as porous domain. The results are very different. Could anybody tell me how to choose the type of the domains?

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