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Default Mesh motion: applying a constraint at a boundary
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Dear OpenFOAM users,

I am currently trying to implement mesh motion using a diffusive solver. I have two questions:
  1. What is the best way to set boundary conditions? I currently do that directly in my solver, but maybe there is a more advisable way to do it?
  2. Is there a boundary condition which would constrain displacement in a given direction? (Kind of like the symmetryPlane BC)
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