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Old   March 22, 2005, 13:50
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The Fluent User Guide says that "porous jump conditions" are used to model a thin "membrane" that has known velocity/pressure-drop characteristics. However, when I use the "porous jump conditions" as the boundary condition on wall (as the thin membrane), it doesn't work.

Does anybody know why?
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Old   March 23, 2005, 08:02
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A porous jump condition is an internal boundary condition... it needs fluid domain on both sides of the BC. I might be misunderstanding your problem statement, but this sounds like what's wrong.

Hope this helps, and goodluck, Jason
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