[Gmsh] Isosurface meshing with Gmsh

Charles McLane cmclane at mclaneenv.com
Thu Jun 13 21:10:59 CEST 2013


Dave,

Great examples. This is very similar to something we would like to
develop to produce input (geologic layers and their properties) for finite
element flow modeling software we are using. Where could I learn more about
Terrafrac, and where could I learn more about the gmsh capabilities for
remeshing of compound lines and surfaces?

In other words I take it from your post that you are writing external
software that "drives" gmsh in some way. So it would help me to understand
better which gmsh features or functions are available to be "driven" in the
way you are illustrating with your examples.

Thanks for posting this.

Regards,

Charlie McLane


On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 5:01 PM, David Bernstein <
david.bernstein at meliortechnology.com> wrote:

> Hi Everyone, I'm working on an open source geophysics project called
> Terafrac and have developed an isosurface mesher that uses Gmsh.  I've
> attached a few screenshots for your entertainment.  The current code is
> just a prototype and still under development but the results so far have
> been nice.  The remeshing of compound lines and surfaces in Gmsh are what
> make the whole thing possible!
>
> Cheers,
> Dave
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