[Gmsh] Help with an adaptive mesh (cube)
rastinmatin at gmail.com
Fri Feb 6 11:12:18 CET 2015
Thanks for bringing this to my attention, I managed to make it work
On Wed, Feb 4, 2015 at 8:21 PM, Oliver Willekens <
oliver.willekens at elis.ugent.be> wrote:
> Such a thing is definitely possible with gmsh. The important thing, just
> like on stackoverflow, is to show that you have an actual problem and not
> just ask people to write code for you. Have you looked at the tutorials? In
> particular, tutorial 10, about mesh field size?
> That should get you started.
> 2015-02-04 16:53 GMT+01:00 Rastin Matin <rastinmatin at gmail.com>:
>> Hi users of Gmsh
>> I am trying to generate an adaptive mesh of a cube that has sidelengths
>> running from -1 to 1. The average tetrahedra-sidelength of a sphere with
>> radius 0.5 inside the cube is R1 and the remaining part of the cube has
>> resolution R2<R1. So basically a sphere within a cube, where I can vary the
>> two resolutions.
>> Is it possible to generate such a mesh in Gmsh? Any help will be greatly
>> appreciated. Thanks in advance.
>> gmsh mailing list
>> gmsh at geuz.org
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