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Old   February 5, 2003, 12:13
Default Porous Jump!!!
Andy Flintoff
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Hi All,

In my model, I dont want FLUENT to recognize certain faces, meaning, I dont want to model flow in that region. I was told that I could use "Porous Jump" as a boundary condition. Can anyone of you tell me what Porous Jump is??? Can I use it??? I would appreciate if anyone could clarify that for me.

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Old   February 12, 2003, 02:40
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Porous jump model is used for a thin filter. When we make a mesh with a thin filter as a porous media, the mesh size becomes pretty big or it is very difficult to make it. So this model is quite useful because if there is a interior face , we can define a face as a thin filter by using porous jump. We just only define the thickness and pressure drop coefficients.


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