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Old   May 16, 2013, 06:46
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Hello everyone!
I'm still new to OpenFOAM. I am using OpenFOAM 1.7 and want to implement the simulation with the sliding interface. Something like a mixer. However, I have not found network tutorials about sliding interface. I found references to the case Mixer2D for OpenFoam 1.4, but I do not have such a case in my tutorials folder. I also learned that solver icoDyMFoam does not come with openFOAM 1.7 instead there pimpleDyMFoam.
Please tell me where I can find an example of a simulation with a sliding interface for OpenFOAM 1.7
Thanks in advance!
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