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Old   October 3, 2019, 12:33
Default Membrane (Porous Zone) Simulation to separate CO2 from Flue Gas.
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Can someone help me on how to setup my ansys fluent. I'm a student on final year doing a final year project.

So basically, I have done my geometry and meshing. I'm a bit lost on the setup section. I'm doing a simple 2D simulation. I tried but the result is quite disappointing. https://ibb.co/kGZb0fW
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