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Old   April 27, 2015, 12:33
Question moveMesh with oscillatingInletACMI2D
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The tutorial oscillatingInletACMI2D runs fine in my OpenFOAM 2.3.1, but if I try to run Allrun.pre and then moveMesh, I get this error:

keyword solver is undefined in dictionary "/home/username/OpenFOAM/username-2.3.1/run/oscillatingInletACMI2D/constant/dynamicMeshDict"

I also tried a modified case with mesh distortion instead of pure translation. This ran fine with moveMesh, except the cell points along the ACMI boundary did not move so that these cells became very skewed.

Any ideas on how to get oscillatingInletACMI2D to work with moveMesh?

Moving the mesh works fine with moveDynamicMesh instead of moveMesh. See this related post:
moveMesh vs. moveDynamicMesh

No luck yet getting distorting meshes to work with ACMI though.

Last edited by yardsail; April 27, 2015 at 14:53. Reason: Found solution
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