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Old   December 23, 2002, 15:22
Default polyflow: time dependent Darcy's law problem
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Does anyone know how to use POLYFLOW to handle time dependent problem of fluid penetrate through porous media by Darcy's law?

or if POLYFLOW can't do this, is there other software available? thank you for your kind help

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Old   December 27, 2002, 03:07
Default Re: polyflow: time dependent Darcy's law problem
JInbok Yoo
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In POLYFLOW, Darcy's law problem must be solved in FIXED domains. That is, free surfaces & moving interfaces cannot be included in this problem

Additionally, for highly non-isotropic materials, it is recommended that you specify very small non-zero values for the peameability coefficient in the tranverse direction instead of zero values.

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