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 May 18, 2006, 05:02 HOW POROUS MEDIA WORKS? Please help me! #1 Jordi Guest   Posts: n/a HI, everybody I have a question. I know that question is answered in the Users Guide but I didn't understand anything. If any body could explain me HOW WORKS THE POROUS MEDIA PARAMETERS? I mean What mean every parameter in the porous media window like: - Direction Vector-1 - Direction Vector-2 - Viscous Resistance Direction 1 Direction 2 Direction 3 - Inertial Resistance Direction 1 Direction 2 Direction 3 - Fluid Porosity Porosity Solid Material I will be so grateful if somebody could help me. I am almost finishing my project. THANKS in advance, GOOD JOB ALL THE USERS OF CFD-ONLINE.COM PEACE, JORDI

 May 24, 2006, 11:37 Re: HOW POROUS MEDIA WORKS? Please help me! #2 Adriano Guest   Posts: n/a Porous Media are particular zone of fluid. These zones are implemented as hydraulic resistences by fluent. The model follow Darcy low in which is espressed deltaP between media as a function of porosity. To describe inertial effect it's also an inertial component to. This model is solved in dfferent way by fluent solver so u must introduce the right variables to do this. Each variable is well explained in user guide manual at underchapter of boundary condition : porous media! good job regards Adriano

 May 25, 2006, 04:58 Re: HOW POROUS MEDIA WORKS? Please help me! #3 Jordi Guest   Posts: n/a Thanks Adriano, but I need more help because I read the User's Guide but I need the range of values of each parameter. THANKS a lot! REGARDS & PEACE! Jordi

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