[Gmsh] question gmsh-2.0.7
David.Colignon at ulg.ac.be
Tue Apr 17 16:09:35 CEST 2007
> I am a gmsh user and I used to work with the version 1.63.2.
> But I downloaded now the version 2.0.7 and I found out that this version
> is much faster in creating the mesh of problems with a large amount of
> elements , wich is great!! I reduced from about 25 min. to more or less 1
> min. for a mesh of around 10700 2D quadratic elements.
> But I found out a little problem (for me) because I used the output
> file of gmsh to create another mesh file where I insert interface
> elements in between all continuum elements.
> For example I want to generate a mesh of a plate which have two
> circles inside of a different material. The problem is that gmsh
> creates a node in the point which correspond to the center of the
> circunferences and those nodes don't belong to any element. Moreover,
> those nodes are included in the .msh file.
> Is there any way to avoid that?
no, it cannot be avoided for the moment, as explained in:
> Just in case. I attached here a small file that I made to illustrate the
> problem I just explained in this email.
> Thanks a lot for your program and your help!
> Marcela Cid Alfaro
> Faculty of Aerospace Engineering
> Engineering Mechanics Group
> Delft University of Technology
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