[Gmsh] Help

David Colignon David.Colignon at ulg.ac.be
Thu Jan 14 08:20:20 CET 2010

Hi Marco,

to decide which kind of elements you want to save in the .msh file, you have to define "Physical" regions:





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On 14/01/10 04:17, Marco Vocialta wrote:
> Hello,
> I've just begun to use gmsh and I think that it's really a great
> program. Unfortunately I can't understand how to deal with a problem I
> have with it. When I generate a 2D mesh and I save it, in the .msh file
> there are both linear and triangular elements. I'd like to have only
> triangular elements in my mesh, but by deleting the linear elements in
> the file I delete the borders and the mesh is incomplete. What should I do?
> Thank you very much,
> Marco Vocialta
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