[Gmsh] disk mesh and center point
boolegue at gmail.com
Wed May 2 10:16:33 CEST 2007
I'll look forward to trying this version !
I found that opening the msh file and then saving it will actually
filter those nasty useless points.
Thanks a lot,
On 2-May-07, at 2:08 AM, David Colignon wrote:
> Hi Antoine,
> we modified this behavior and now gmsh only save mesh vertices that
> are used by elements. You can use the latest nightly source
> ( http://www.geuz.org/gmsh/src/gmsh-nightly-source.tgz ) or wait
> for the next 2.0.8 version.
> David Colignon, Ph.D.
> ELAP - Service d'Electricité Appliquée
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> Université de Liège
> 4000 Liège - BELGIQUE
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> boolegue wrote:
>> I created a disk, when meshed, the center point (used to create
>> the circle) belongs to the list of nodes, but does not belong to
>> any element !
>> This seems to be the reason why the mesh doesn t work with my
>> simulation code.
>> I tried to delete the center point once the geometry is done, but
>> the point remains.
>> Is there a way not to include this unused point when writing the
>> mesh to a file ?
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