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Dear All,

I am very interesting in dynamic mesh, and recently I want to implement the functionality in which dynamic mesh motion is based on the velocity solution, that means if U is less than U0, the mesh will become a part of boundary, if U is large than U0, the mesh will become a part of computational demain, whether I can use some inbuilt solvers in OpenFOAM2.2.x to implement this functionality? Or is there some solvers which can be adapted to achieve this goal?
Thank you in advance for the help!

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