This study has numerically investigated the combustion processes in the bilayer porous media. To account for the velocity transition and diffusion influenced by solid matrix, porosity effects are included in the governing equations. Heat transfer coefficient is calculated by Nusselt number to reflect the effect of gas velocity, pore diameter, and material properties. Numerical results indicate that the present approach is capable of the essential features of the premixed combustion in the porous burner, in terms of the precised flame structure, pollutant formation, and flame stabilization. It is also found that heat transferred from the downstream flame zone is conducted to the upstream flame region through the solid matrix and the preheated mixture. By increasing the inlet velocity, the solid temperature of upstream is cooling down.