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Old   May 24, 2011, 20:16
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Hello people,

Is it possible to specify permeability simply as a ratio of areas?

In my case, I have an area through which I have air flow. Now I want results for varying areas and it'd be much more time efficient if I could use a permeability setting to tell fluent, essentially, how much of the area is permeable.

This would save me from rebuilding the area geometry and remeshing.

Can his be done in Fluent?

Thanks ^_^
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