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Hi i have trying to model effect of tsunamis on breakwaters in fluent.
My domain is 2D and I am using Open channel BC to generate the waves.

I want to make the breakwater porous. The breakwater is made of a custom solid material. Can anybody help me to define the breakwater as a porous material.
I have attached a screenshot of my mesh.

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