[Gmsh] mesh generation around a circle

divyaprakash poddar divyaprakash.poddar at gmail.com
Tue May 24 05:37:36 CEST 2016

I think I have miscommunicated in my earlier mail. I am able to generate
the mesh such as given in the file name "attach2".(Although the file itself
comes up first in the order, which may have caused the confusion).

I am attaching the picture once again of the type of mesh that I want.

Thank you all for your earlier replies. I hope you help me out with this
one as well.

On Tue, May 24, 2016 at 2:15 AM, Deepak Garg <deepak.garg at ingv.it> wrote:

> HI Divya
> Attching you the file. You can get an idea from here.
> Best
> Deepak
> On 23 May 2016 at 13:31, divyaprakash poddar <
> divyaprakash.poddar at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Is it possible to generate a mesh as shown in attachment1 using gmsh. All
>> I have managed to create is shown in attachment2. I know that for patch
>> mesh the geometry should be divided in to regions containing 4 boundaries.
>> But I am not able to think of a way to apply this so that I achieve the
>> same result as in attach1.
>> Can you please provide some insight in this.
>> The reason I need a mesh similar to the one shown in 1 is because the
>> bottom boundary of the mesh changes in the simulation which I am running
>> and causes the cells to become highly skewed. I don't think this problem
>> will be present with the mesh structure of attach1.
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