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Old   January 13, 2017, 05:19
Default Radiation in porous medium
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Dear CFD community

I am trying to model a solar reactor that contains a porous medium. As I already read in other threads, FLUENT does not really support radiation through porous medium.

Is there still any trick to somehow include radiation in the porous medium?

If not, is it possible to use two radiation models in one simulation (e.g. S2S for a specific geometry and than the Rosseland model for the porous zone)?

Would be great to discuss this with you.

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