[Gmsh] volume mesh
David.Colignon at ulg.ac.be
Fri Mar 30 13:30:35 CEST 2012
not sure if it is the real source of the problem, but you have a lot off identical lines that are defined twice, like
for example line 215 and 222. You can visually find it by displaying the line numbers and spotting the blurred numbers
David Colignon, Ph.D.
Collaborateur Logistique du F.R.S.-FNRS
CÉCI - Consortium des Équipements de Calcul Intensif
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On 29/03/12 18:27, Martin Genet wrote:
> Dear GMSH people:
> I am having troubles meshing a rather simple geometry: some "bricks" with some "mortar" in between (see .geo files).
> If I do not actually mesh the mortar volume, everything seems to be fine: the bricks are correctly meshed (see
> bricks.png), as well as the mortar surface loop (see mortar_geometry.png) and its orientation (see mortar_orientation.png).
> However, when I ask GMSH to actually mesh the mortar volume, when using the frontal algorithm I get a lot of error like
>> Error : ERROR: Edge 8 - 2061 multiple times in surface mesh
> and then
>> Error : ERROR: Surface mesh not consistent
>> Error : ERROR: Stop meshing since surface mesh not consistent
> and when using the Delaunay algorithm (I use the svn version with netgen) after more than three hours I get a pretty
> weird mesh: bricks are somehow broken (see bricks_broken.png) and the mortar does not quite fit into its surface mesh
> (see mortar_broken.png).
> I have hard times figuring out what did I do wrong. Does this problem sound familiar to anybody? Many thanks in advance
> for your help.
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