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Old   May 10, 2022, 13:01
Default Moving Spatial Average in 3D
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Hello all,


I had been recently developing a OpenFOAM library which can efficiently calculate the moving spatial average in 3D over cyclic and processor boundaries. I believe it is a great tool and is very efficient as well as user friendly. However, the moving average was not the solution to my original problem, so I am wondering if any of you have maybe applications where it can be used?
One thing I can think of is coarse graining in particle methods.



In any case, I want to make the code public in the next few weeks and an example case where it would be used, or better published, would help a lot to show its capabilities.



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