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Old   April 25, 2012, 15:49
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Does anyone have experience using this combination? I'm having trouble setting up a case using this motion solver. Actually, I'd really appreciate knowing what this solver does in the first place...
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Does anyone know if there exists any documentation on this solver, or if there are any tutorials made with it? What's it for?
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I did some tests. What this does is allow layered regions of the mesh to have different motion solvers associated with them, so you can have different types of deformations in the same simulation.

There are no tutorials that I am aware of.
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Old   April 26, 2014, 02:17
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Hello marco,
Eventhough i am late by 1 year,i hope u must have experienced the working of displacement layered motion.i have started a new thread on this, if u have any suggestion kindly post here

combination of dynamicmotionsolver with displacementlayeredmotion
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