[Gmsh] biased meshing

Finan, John JFinan at northshore.org
Wed Nov 9 20:56:46 CET 2016


I am trying to generate a simple 2D mesh of a slice of a circle. I would like to bias the mesh towards the middle of the part because there will be high strain gradients at that point due to indentation. By bias, I mean that I would like the elements to get progressively smaller as they approach the mid-point. Does Gmsh have this capability? I don’t see it mentioned anywhere in the documentation or examples.



John D. Finan, PhD.
Research Scientist II,
NorthShore University Health System
Clinician Researcher
Prtizker School of Medicine
University of Chicago
1001 University Place,
Evanston, IL 60201
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