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Old   October 29, 2015, 11:07
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Dear all
Hi, I am working with OpenFOAM. My domains boundary is time dependent. On the other word, I want to model a cubical domain that its boundaries are moving in a rate that depends to time. How can I model this by OpenFOAM???
I will be grateful if somebody can help me with this matter.
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T. Foroutan
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