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How to Model Porous Volume
Posted Sun June 20, 2004 @09:25PM
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Help Desk vinodm writes "Can anybody tell me how we solve condenser in fluent. Some people use porous zone instead of actual geometry becuase of complex shape of serpentine fin. But I have one question that is there is a mixing between air and refrigerant. If anyone who knows about this please help me solve such case."

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