Christophe.Geuzaine at ulg.ac.be
Tue Jul 31 09:35:08 CEST 2001
Xavier Marduel wrote:
> On Windows2000, when meshing for example a cube [0:1]x[0:1] in 2D with P2
> some of the nodes which should be in the middle of the triangles corners ane
> badly placed.
> It can be already seen when meshing the border of the domain (1D mesh).
> the nodes number 1 (at one corner) and the node number 4 (should be in the
> middle of node 1 and 2)
> have the sames coordinates.
Yep, this is a known issue: second order elements are not properly
implemented. We should maybe disable the option in the release :-(. So,
at the moment, simply don't use P2 elements in Gmsh...
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