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Hi All,

I would like to use the SLERP interpolation for the mesh deformation in my fluid-structure simulations. It is being used by default in the rigid body motion framework but I cannot find a way how to use it for the mesh deformation only. I would like to use it in a similar way as the other elliptic mesh deformation solvers (displacementLaplacian, displacementSBRStress, etc.) so define the displacements as Dirichlet boundary condition (pointDisplacement).

Help would be appreciated!

Best, Mikko
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