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Old   December 6, 2013, 16:55
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Dear all,
I am using SU2 to carry out the FSI simulation of rotating blade, and I think I have to use the sliding and moving mesh to simulate the rotation plus vibration (plunging and pitching) of the blade surface. However, the former posts said the sliding mesh modules was currently frozen. I'd like to know whether the sliding mesh is supported in the coming V3.0.

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The sliding mesh development has been frozen and it will not be in the next release. We are looking forward for open-source community contributions in that topic.

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