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Default Moving mesh in a multi-region domain
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Dear Foamers,

I am trying to study a problem with a moving mesh in a multiregion domain. Let's say that I have my room (a cube) in a big domain.

I would like to simulate what happens when I open the window.

Does anyone know if - using pimpleDyMFoam - I can manage multi-region domains?

If so, could you give my some references?

Thanks a lot for help,

Samuele
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