# [Gmsh] Maillage d'un volume contenant une plaque 2D

gerard Sookahet gerard.sookahet at artenum.com
Fri May 16 16:27:10 CEST 2003

```Bonjour,

Merci pour avoir développé Gmsh :-)

Je voudrais mailler le volume d'un cube qui contient une plaque 2D.
De telle sorte que le maillage volumique passe par les points de
construction de la plaque ainsi que par les noeuds du maillage
de la plaque.

Avez-vous une idée de la manière de procéder.

Ci-joint une géométrie pour se faire une idée de la représentation.

Merci d'avance.

Gérard Sookahet

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// panneau01.geo

Point(1) = {2,0,1,0.4};
Point(2) = {2,0,-1,0.4};
Point(3) = {-2,0,-1,0.4};
Point(4) = {-2,0,1,0.4};
Point(5) = {-3,0,0,0.4};
Point(6) = {5,5,5,0.4};
Point(7) = {-5,5,5,0.4};
Point(8) = {-5,-5,5,0.4};
Point(9) = {5,-5,5,0.4};
Point(10) = {5,5,-5,0.4};
Point(11) = {-5,5,-5,0.4};
Point(12) = {-5,-5,-5,0.4};
Point(13) = {5,-5,-5,0.4};
Line(1) = {1,2};
Line(2) = {2,3};
Line(3) = {3,4};
Line(4) = {4,1};
Line(5) = {5,4};
Line(6) = {3,5};
Line(7) = {6,10};
Line(8) = {10,13};
Line(9) = {13,9};
Line(10) = {9,6};
Line(11) = {8,7};
Line(12) = {7,11};
Line(13) = {11,12};
Line(14) = {12,8};
Line(15) = {8,9};
Line(16) = {7,6};
Line(17) = {12,13};
Line(18) = {11,10};
Line Loop(19) = {4,1,2,3};
Plane Surface(20) = {19};
Line Loop(21) = {18,-7,-16,12};
Plane Surface(22) = {21};
Line Loop(23) = {8,9,10,7};
Plane Surface(24) = {23};
Line Loop(25) = {14,11,12,13};
Plane Surface(26) = {25};
Line Loop(27) = {17,-8,-18,13};
Plane Surface(28) = {27};
Line Loop(29) = {16,-10,-15,11};
Plane Surface(30) = {29};
Line Loop(31) = {15,-9,-17,14};
Plane Surface(32) = {31};
Transfinite Surface {20} = {1,2,3,4};
// End of panneau01.geo
```