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Hi,
I am Working on a Multi-phase problem in which There are two channels (Wet and Dry), between these two channels there are two zones one is Aluminum solid (adjacent to dry channel) and above solid zone there is a water zone(adjacent to wet channel). Air enters dry channel and some part of it exits from dry channel and remaining is diverted to wet channel, where water evaporates and mixes with air this intern cools the solid body adjacent to it. I am facing problem in assigning Boundary conditions in ANSYS-FLUENT. I am trying to solve using Multi-phase mixture model.

Please help me in this regard.... I hope i have explained my problem clearly.

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