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Default How to avoid the generations of incorrectly oriented faces when morphing mesh
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Hi All,

I'm trying to morph the mesh using the solver displacementLaplacian.
My issue is that the incorrectly oriented faces are generated at the
points between the fixed points(pointDisplacement=(0 0 0)) and
the movable points. My settings in the dynamicMeshDict are as follows:

dynamicFvMesh dynamicMotionSolverFvMesh;
motionSolverLibs ( "libfvMotionSolvers.so" );
solver displacementLaplacian;
diffusivity quadratic inverseDistance 1(movingWall);

What solvers and settings should I use to avoid the generations of
these faces?

Thanks,
Fumiya
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