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Old   January 25, 2011, 17:07
Default How to do thermal and flow modelling in honeycomb structure
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Dear User,

I am trying to model honeycomb structure as a porous media. The strcuture is made up of aluminium sheet with several air gaps. I know volume porosity and permeability.

If i enable POROUS in the fluid domain in CFX with Dispersed fluid , and i selected air as fluid. cfx is showing" atleast one fluid is needed for continous fluid". I don't how to do thermal and flow modelling in porous media through cfx.

Can anyone help me in this regard? If any tutorials or PPT is available for modelling POrous concept, pLEASE GIVE THE LINK.


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