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Old   December 15, 2010, 18:56
Default How can I see the actual mesh motion in mixer vessel?
Usit McCarra
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Hi everyone,

I changed the geometry in the MRFSimpleFoam/mixervessel2d tutorial in OF 1.7.1 (see attached image) and I would like to see the actual mesh motion. I want to see the rotor (center square) in a different angular position at each timestep.

Is that possible?

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dynamic mesh, rotating boundary, topology change

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