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Will Bainbridge
Will Bainbridge particle: Do not use moving mesh tracking algorithm when possible
The moving mesh tracking algorithm is deactivated on moving meshes when
the step fraction is 1 and (if the operation requires it) when the
requested tracking fraction is 0. This optimises usage for
post-processing, in which tracking is done at a single point in time at
which the mesh geometry is fixed, rather than over a time-step across
which the mesh moves. It also prevents the need for the storage of
old-time cell centres for such purposes.

Resolves bug report https://bugs.openfoam.org/view.php?id=3343
Latest commit 49b2b3b Sep 5, 2019

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