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Old   February 8, 2020, 12:44
Default is solids4Foam compatible with laplace dyanamicMesh solver?
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Dear solids4Foamer
The laplace solver of dynamicMesh is work with motionU instead of pointMotionU. I use similar boundary condition for motionU as fixedValue for all patches, and run simulation. The simulation running without problem but no moving shows in results. I think the solids4Foam and fsiFoam is not work with laplace solver in dynamicMeshDict, Or I use wrong configuration in motionU. Does anyone faced with this problem?
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