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Old   December 17, 2009, 12:40
Question specifying 3d porous medium
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I am trying to model flow in a catalytic converter using gambit and fluent. For this I want to model the converter as a cylindrical porous medium. I don't know how to specify porous medium in 3d. Please help me.
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gambit and fluent, porous medium

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