Metal and graphite foam are relatively new types of porous materials characterized by having high-solid phase conductivities. In many cooling applications of these materials, including high-power electronics, low-conductivity fluids flow through them, e.g., air. A simple approximate engineering solution for the convection heat transfer inside a two-dimensional rectangular porous media subjected to constant heat flux on one side is presented. The conduction in the fluid is set to zero, and for simplicity, a plug flow is considered. As a result, the non-local-thermal equilibrium equations are significantly simplified and solved. The solid and fluid temperatures decay in what looks like an exponential fashion as the distance from the heated wall increases. The results are in good agreement with one more complex analytical solution in the literature, in the region far from the heated wall only.