This paper presents an analysis of forced convection flow and heat transfer in triangular ducts containing a porous medium. The porous medium is isotropic and the flow is laminar, fully developed with constant properties. Numerical results for velocity and temperature distribution (in dimensionless format) in the channel are presented for a wide range of porosity, permeability, and apex angles. The effects of apex angle and porous media properties (porosity and permeability) are demonstrated on the velocity and temperature distribution, as well as the friction factor (fRe) and Nusselt numbers in the channel for both Isoflux (NuH) and Isothermal (NuT) boundary conditions. The consistency of our findings has been verified with earlier results in the literature on empty triangular ducts, when the porosity in our models is made to approach one.