[Gmsh] symmetrical mesh

Thierry GILLES thg190368 at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 12 23:45:02 CET 2007

Hi Christophe
I come again, with a (simple) GMSH question.
I'd like to force some symmetry in the mesh, how can I do that ?
As an example, I send you a cigar, and I'd like to mesh it in a way that the mesh in every XY quadrant is symmetric with regard to the cigar axis (the Z axis)..
My lc's are the same everywhere, I tried to set to zero the perturbation factor, but it doesn't work.
THank you again if you can help on this !
Thierry GILLES
PhD student
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