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Old   March 6, 2012, 23:59
Default Lagrangain tracking with sliding mesh with AMI patches
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Dear foamers

I recently upgraded my OpenFOAM to the latest version 2.1.x and the implementation of Arbitrary Mesh Interface (AMI) is a great feature to use for sliding mesh (e.g. rotating propeller simulation). I studying the bubbly flow with a rotating propeller and I realize that particle tracking across AMI patches is not currently supported in the current version. I just wonder whether there is any other way to implement Lagrangain particle tracking with a rotating propeller? Any suggestion very be appreciated

Thank you very much.

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