I’m have a few questions about the proper approach for simulating different situations.
The first example, if I would have a room with one window and some equipment that is consuming air at a high rate on another side of the room. What approach would be the best to simulate pressure drop and wind speed at the inlet caused by air filter installed after pressure inlet? Let’s assume that the filter has a pressure drop of 100Pa. Should I set the pressure inlet to -100Pa or I need to create porous media with the right settings to simulate filter?
Is using pressure inlet/outlet to simulate an open window in the room a proper way?
In another example, instead of the air filter, I would like to have movable louvers with settings at 100% (fully open), 50% (half open) and 0% (closed). Is there a way to change this setting inside of the Simscale (using porous media, for example), or it is necessary to change louver angle in cad software? It would be also interesting for me to see the pressure change in the room along with the airspeed at the inlet.
I have one question about porous media. Is it possible to use it as a tool for blocking the air in ducts? For example, I have one main duct, which separates left and right at some point. For simulation I would like to try three different scenarios, one with air going both right and left, one with only right air direction and one with only left air direction. It would be great to use some tool in simscale (porous media maybe) to block right/left duct instead of changing the geometry and doing mesh again.
I think this is all for now, thanks for your help and for helping me to understand how simscale and cfd simulations are working