|December 17, 2014, 21:33||
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I work with chtmultiRegionSimpleFoam (version 2.0.1). I want to make my solid part porous. But i do not know how i should do it.Can someone help me please?
Thanks folks in advance
|December 20, 2014, 11:06||
Niels Gjoel Jacobsen
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It would not be possible in the chtmultiRegionSimpleFoam solver, since the solid part is assumed only to be governed by the temperature equation, whereas adding porosity would require the N.S. equations to be solved as well.
Therefore, a possibility is likely to look at the porous solvers in OF and add a temperature equation.
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