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Old   December 8, 2014, 08:54
Default Capillary driven flow. Macromodel
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Hello everyone.
Can someone help me with information about capillary driven flow modelling in Fluent? I am looking for some step by step simple tutorial about rectangular speciment saturation.

The exact capillary effect in one vessel is wellknow but how to make macromodel.

The input parameters should include porosity and permeability.

Any suggestions? Thanks
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