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Old   January 1, 2014, 07:38
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Title: Diffusion-based dynamic mesh problem

I have a problem related to dynamic mesh.
The problem is in the below figure.

Why doesn't the interior(interior_1), which is made by spliting a zone, be deformed?
If I use one zone and there is a interior, there is no problem. In that case, it is also not necessary to treat it in dynamic mesh zones.
But if there are two zones, the interior between the zones isn't deformed.
What the problem? Please help me.
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