Nice to have contact with you Jousef and YES, it make sense what you wrote, as you try to see the opportunity
instead to say NO.
The difficult part of this method we are talking now is that what is expected from the simulation is the dynamics of the fluid during the simulation when the shape gets changed.
Therefore any discrete solution to simulate it partly in steps will not give the answers we are looking for as we will miss the effect of delayed behavior of the fluid due to its kinetic energy, inertia and more.
Imagine that when an airfoil got a laminar layer and the thickness of the airfoil is suddenly changed together with AoA the laminar layer may extend instead to be shorter and begins the turbulent phase sooner....and when such control gets repeated then it may lead to higher lift force.
This is not what I claim but it is only an example what difficult problem it is even difficult to test it in wind tunnel as we do not know what to expect.
When it comes to a request of adding such functionality to Sim Scale is not for me to do it - I am really a little player.
But my opinion is that the customers not always know what they want before they got an iPAD. (who need that was the first question).
We can see that the mechanical designs are less straight lines anymore due to 3D printing ability.
We can see that the objects like to move during simulations - Aeroplane just turning in the air?
I do believe that we can easily agree on this NEW feature and that this will be moving the CFD simulations forward and the customers will find many of application for that.
OK, they don't know that yet...