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Re: Question Modeling material with holes (Svetlana Shasharina)
Date: 15 Jul, 2014
From: Vladimir Grichine <Vladimir Grichine>

If the holes are in vacuum, you should use real vacuum of the facility, not the galactic vacuum. If the holes are in air or other gas, use the gas properties for averaging with the plate material.

On Thu, 03 Jul 2014 12:44:42 GMT, Svetlana Shasharina wrote:

> I need to model plates which have many holes in it but they are not
> regular. I know the ratio of the part density to the density of the
> solid material and created the corresponding mixture of vacuum and solid
> material. But will this produce the results similar with the material
> with holes? I am modeling space radiation and calculating TIDs and
> fluxes.
> 
> Thank you, Sveta
> 

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