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Old   April 25, 2007, 15:36
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Naresh
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Hi Fluent users

What is the physical meaning of 'Porous Jump' in fluent? Fluent manual says its like a 1D membrane. There is no adequate explanation for properly modeling fluid flows where porous jump conditions are involved.

1. How can we model C0 or C1 discontinuity for species concentration at the interface (porous jump)?

2. How can we model velocity or pressure discontinuity for species concentration at the interface (porous jump)?

Any suggestions would be good.

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