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Old   May 30, 2017, 04:50
Default Setting up porous medium in fluent: flow and reaction
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Hi everyone,

I'm modelling drying in fluent and i am facing a problem. i will be very grateful if you can help.

I m modelling the biomass drying in a cylinder.
1. How to define biomass in fluent?
2.The cylinder is full of biomass and hot air flows from bottom to top.
how can i model it?
I want the biomass to be stable and hot air converts water liquid into water vapor.

Thank you in advance.
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What kind of biomass?

In some cases porous zone might be good estimation (for flow conditions/pressure lost).

I think there is no easy solution for drying. Perhaps you could put the biomass moisture content into UDM and solve the drying process with UDF.
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