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Old   December 17, 2013, 08:07
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Hi
There is a room with an inlet and an outlet and a porous surface(the green surface in the fig.) which air flows from the inlet surface(which is a part of the room's ceil) through the porous surface and exits from the outlet.
how I can model the porous surface(the green one) and what parameters I need and how calculate them?

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Usually a pressure drop over velocity curve is needed.
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