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Old   May 21, 2014, 01:01
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Dear all,
I`m trying to model a counter-flow artery vein network embedded inside a porous tissue. I want to model with the non-thermal equilibrium model inside the porous media.

The non-equilibrium model is not getting activated and it gets switched back to an equilibrium model. FLUENT says " The type of the cell zone that overlaps the porous fluid zone is not defined as a solid and such a setup is incompatible with the non-equilibrium thermal model. Switching to the equilibrium thermal model. "

Can anyone explain to me the procedure i have to follow.

How do i get around this issue.

Thanks
Vyas
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