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Old   August 13, 2016, 07:53
Default Porous medium of cooling tower
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Im trying to model a cooling tower with porous medium in fluent. The problem is i need to diameter of the particles that form the porous medium to calculate the inertia and viscous resistance. Im my case i have corrugated plates as porous medium . How can i calculate the inertia and viscous resistance without diameter ImageUploadedByCFD Online Forum1471089196.219763.jpg
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