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Old   April 5, 2022, 07:11
Question Which transformPoints() function is called when the mesh is rotating?
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Hi foamers, this transformPoints() function is called when you are simulating for a rotating mesh case, which is the simulation I'm doing now.

My question initiated from the source code: solidBodyMotionSolver.C, in member function curPoints() at line 157. (Find it via link 1).

You may easily find that there are 2 transformPoints() functions are used, one is for mesh is not rotating, and another is used when mesh is rotating.

So my question is which transformPoints() function, defined in transformField.C at line 97 and 109, is used when mesh is not rotating (/and rotating)? (Find it via link 2).

link 1:https://cpp.openfoam.org/v7/solidBod...8C_source.html
link 2:https://cpp.openfoam.org/v7/transfor...ce.html#l00070

Thanks in helping!
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