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Old   March 23, 2020, 02:45
Default AMI patches in MRF
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I have a MRF case but mesh is joined with a couple of AMI patches.
Why do I have to specify *_ami patches in nonRotatingPatches?
By intuidion I would say it doesn't matter but in my case the results are off by 50% when I don't do that.

Is there an explanation for that behaviour?

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