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Old   July 24, 2018, 03:25
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Jiadong Wang
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Hey Foamers,

Iím working on the sixDoFRigidBodyDisplacement using openfoam v4.0, which is a convenient method to solve multiple bodies with sixDoFRigidBodyMotion library.

But I found this boundary condition cannot employ the SLERP interpolation of movement as function of distance to the object surface. This feature is introduced from v2.3 which is controlled by innerDistance and outerDistance in dynamicMeshDict as follow.

Does anyone know is there any possibility to employ the SLERP interpolation in sixDoFRigidBodyDisplacement?

Thank you.
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sixdofrigidbodymotion, slerp

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