[Gmsh] cylinder rotation problem
vincent.huber at cemosis.fr
Sat Mar 12 13:06:23 CET 2016
On line 22, you are introducing some Layers(4); that are - to my best
understanding, I’m not familiar with that - for structured meshes only.
I’ve successfully meshed your .geo removing that Layers(4);.
2016-03-11 13:07 GMT+01:00 Javier Leonardo Rojas Amaya <
jlrojasam at unal.edu.co>:
> I want to mesh a rotated cylinder surface, my .geo file is attached.
> The problem is that any time a rotate the cylinder, meshing gets loads of
> errors and the mesh itself looks quite weird. if I don't rotate, meshing
> is ok.
> I read there is a kind of problem with rotations onto extruded surfaces,
> and tried using Geometry.ExactExtrusion=0; at the beginning of my file,
> but still does not work.
> I wonder what I'm doing wrong!
> or how could it be done right.
> I am using gmsh 2.11.0
> Leonardo Rojas,
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