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Old   September 2, 2015, 08:46
Post 6dof - interDyMFoam to pimpleDyMFoam
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Hello,

i have a question, what should i do when i would like to transform a two phase interDyMFoam Simulation with working mesh motion to a pimpleDyMFoam Simulation with working mesh motion.

Which are the files i should change or delete (except the files in the 0 or 0.org folder)?

The goal is to create a box, which will start to move because of the velocity of the fluid.

I allready found a working case in the tutorials with a box which is moving becaus of the interaction of two phases.

I dont need FSI. I only need 6dof.

I will be grateful for any hints.
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