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Old   October 20, 2022, 03:47
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Hi everyone! Iím new in OpenFoam and I want to perform a CFD simulation which consists of face mask sim, where particles are included.

I donít really know how to model the face mask. I thought about a porous media, but I donít know how particles will interact with it, as only a few percent of that can go through the surface.

Does anyone have experience with that type of simulation and could give some advice?

Thank you in advance!!
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face mask, filters, lagrange particles, particles, porous medium

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