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Old   January 12, 2021, 14:19
Default Losing vacuum simulation.
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Hi All,

I am interested in creating a simulation that has three regions (a box with three layers like a sandwich). The top region it at atmospheric conditions and the bottom is essentially a vacuum. The middle layer will have small pores in it. The whole system can be considered isothermal. Does anyone know the best place to start for a simple simulation like this?
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