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Old   February 28, 2003, 03:01
Default species transport in porous boundary
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A fluid with additional particles suspended in it (two phase flow) flows in a cylinderical solid boundary. The wall of the cylinder is porous wall.

I would like to know how FIDAP/FLUENT model the particle transport in the porous wall boundary. In this problem while the fluid flow through the cylinder some particles diffuse in to the porous wall by convection and diffusion.
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