[Gmsh] Lloyd mesh optimization for extruded geometry
jonathan.will at gmx.de
Thu Jan 31 16:09:25 CET 2013
I tried the lloyd optimization flag again with the current svn snapshot
of gmsh and the reported issue of a segmentation fault for an extruded
geometry now seems to be fixed. Furthermore the import to OpenFOAM
worked and the OpenFOAM checkMesh utility reported no serious errors, so
the geometry/topology of the obtained mesh should be OK. But I didn't
(yet) check the quality of the optimized mesh.. :)
Anyway thanks for your hint,
On 01/31/2013 03:31 PM, Christophe Geuzaine wrote:
> Hi Jonathan - don't use optimize_lloyd yet--it's very, well, how should I say... experimental ;-) ?
> On 08 Jan 2013, at 02:29, Jonathan Will<jonathan.will at gmx.de> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm trying to optimize a Delaunay triangulation with the optimize_lloyd flag on an extruded geometry, but I get a segmentation fault. Is this a bug or do I miss something?
>> The algorithm works well on the pure two dimensional geometry. I need the extruded geometry to import it to OpenFOAM. Is there otherwise any possibility to extrude the working two dimensional mesh file in gmsh?
>> I'm using gmsh 2.6.2.
>> Kind regards,
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