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Old   April 19, 2023, 03:59
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Hey guys,
I attached a picture to understand the problem better. I am trying simulate a flow where the liquid is accelerated by a porous domain. I already did it with a Momentum Source Term but I think there must be also another option where i implement the veolocity of the porous domain. It should be like moving mesh but without actually "running away" of the mesh since its a steady process. I hope you understand my Problem.
I am thankfull for any advice.

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Joscha
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