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Old   July 10, 2007, 23:26
Default Permeability Darcy's Law
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Hi friends...

Currently, I'm doing a simulation on permeability of concrete(solid). I made a simple 2-D rectangular model using Gambit (4m width x 1m height) for my concrete then i mesh it. The BC of faces is a water pressure of 4 MPa (pressure-inlet) and atmospheric pressure (pressure-outlet) subjected to one face and the other face respectively. The other faces are wall. The fluid is water.

What I need to know is: 1. how to check whether my modeling is correct or not, 2. how to determine the permeability value of my concrete.

Thanks before....
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Old   July 11, 2007, 13:00
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How are you modelling the concrete?
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