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Hello Foamers,

In the scope of elaborating a FSI algorithm, I would like to enable mapping of pointVectorField in mapFields . Indeed, in MapMeshes.C (included in mapFields.C), pointVectorField are marked as "Unmapped" because there is no "MapConsistentPointFields.H" and "MapPointFields.H". The reason of this is, I think, because the call to

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meshToMesh0Interp.interpolate
cannot take into account pointVectorField. Do you have any 'simple' way to map pointVectorField to one mesh to another or to circumvent this problem ? I do not understand the interpolation within the meshToMesh class.

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