[Gmsh] writing support points in mesh file
david.colignon at ulg.ac.be
Sun Apr 2 10:42:13 CEST 2017
David Colignon, Ph.D.
1er logisticien de recherche
Université de Liège
ACE - Applied & Computational Electromagnetics
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4000 Liège - BELGIQUE
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On 01/04/17 15:09, nijso beishuizen wrote:
> Dear all,
> If you create a circle, you need a support point, the middle of the
> circle. If I write a mesh file (e.g. in SU2 format), the support point
> is included in the list of points. This then gives problems with SU2
> because there are more actual nodes than used nodes.
> So: I would like to delete all points that are not used in the actual
> Is there a way to force gmsh to skip the writing of points that are not
> used in the mesh?
> Best regards,
> Nijso Beishuizen
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