[Gmsh] Boundary of Compound Surface

David Bernstein David.Bernstein at meliorinnovations.com
Mon Jan 26 21:56:50 CET 2015

Hello Gmsh users, Does anyone know what the “Boundary” part of the Compound Surface command does?

Compound Surface ( expression ) = { expression-list } < Boundary { { expression-list }, { expression-list }, { expression-list }, { expression-list } } > ;

The problem I’m looking at is where two compound surfaces meet along a line (e.g. two cubes that share a single edge).  When Gmsh remeshes the surfaces it disconnects them along the shared line.  I’m wondering if the “Boundary” part of the command would address this.


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