Did You Know that AcuSolve supports two different types of mesh motion for deforming mesh simulations? The most general technique is known as Arbitrary Lagrange Eulerian (ALE) mesh motion and requires the solution of a hyperelasticity equation. The second type is known as specified mesh motion. Using this technique, the user is required to specify precisely how each node in the model moves in response to the deforming surface or region. This approach reduces compute time significantly, but is not applicable for all types of simulations.