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Old   May 22, 2017, 09:46
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Hello together,

I have a problem with AMI's an moving mesh.
I work with OF 4.1.
First i connect two easy blocks with an ami, then i give a point/cellmotion on the opposite side of one block, my mesh at the ami gets distorted. The bc on the ami patches are cyclicAMI.
When I change the ami's into walls I don't have this problem, because the i can give zero moving condition to the patch.
But i need the ami's for my problem.
What can I do to hold the nodes on the ami's at the same postion?
You can download the case and try it with moveDynamicMesh.

Greeting and thanks

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