[Gmsh] how to mesh 3d object into tetrahedrals and import the result into impact?
David.Colignon at ulg.ac.be
Mon May 14 10:33:10 CEST 2007
your .geo file is OK.
since the characteristic length you use ( 2 ) is larger than the edges of your cube ( 1 ), the default 3D mesher (Delaunay) generates sometimes some very flat tetrahedra. If you want to keep this characteristic length, then you need to optimize the quality of the mesh, or use the Netgen 3D algorithm. In this case, the generated 3D mesh (tetrahedra) is OK.
Alexander Rabtchevich wrote:
> Hello, Dave
> Thank you for the help. Here is the simplest file I used trying to make
> it work. Maybe I'm doing something wrong? Is it possible to obtain
> volume (not surface) elements without extrusion?
> Colignon David wrote:
>> Hi Alexander,
>> can you send us an example of your .geo file ?
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