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Old   September 2, 2012, 02:59
Default Modelling flow thru wet porous media in fluent????
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HI everyone
I need help as to how I could define the following problem in fluent.

Moist air at some fixed RH, inlet vel, Inlet temp; enters a restricted passage where it is forced to pass through a porous media (wet with water), hence the RH of the air will increase temp decrease ..

I need to know how i could define the porous zone ..
currently I have defined the porous zone as "Fixed mass fraction of h2o = Mass fraction of air at 300K ) - which seem so wrong" ..

plz help thanks in advance!
any help is apprecitated!
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