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hi all,

I am really new in the CFD, expecially with STAR CCM, so my question could be stupid but I could not get this information.
I made a simulation of a floating body, with the model VOF WAVE, so my problem is:

How can I know if the mesh that I am using is deformable during the motion of the floater?
I use a continuum mesh>model>trimmer,surfer remesher and prism layer mesher, togheter with an anisotropic volume control around the free surface.

Any help would be really appreciated
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