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Dear members can anyone pls help me I am new to simulation in Fluent, and I am trying to simulate my multiphase model with following characteristics:-

1. Two channels adjacent one moist air stream with flow in -ve Z direction, one LiCl stream with some moisture content flowing in -ve Y direction.
2. Both are separated by a Hydrophobic membrane(porosity of 0.1 microns) which allows only water vapor from moist air to pass to LiCl stream.

Now I need to calculate Heat and Mass transfer coefficients.

Any help will be very grateful.
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