[Gmsh] physical surface and mesh inside

Zenker, Dr. Matthias Matthias.Zenker at erbe-med.com
Fri Mar 14 09:57:33 CET 2014

Hi Xuemin,

brief answer:

Close the ends of your tubing and define a volume using this closed surface.
You can do that either in Solidworks or in gmsh. To do it in gmsh, you will need to write a geo file starting with a merge command for your iges file. See gmsh documentation for more info.
Then you can do the 3D meshing with gmsh.
For physical surfaces, you can add a command to your geo file, see gmsh documentation.



Von: 王学敏 [mailto:campusxuemin at gmail.com]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 13. März 2014 17:05
An: gmsh at geuz.org
Betreff: [Gmsh] physical surface and mesh inside

Dear gmsh user,
I used solidworks to get the geometry and imported to gmsh. Attachments are IGS file and msh file. You can see I just get mesh on the surface and I do not know how to define physical surface. I want to get mesh inside and on the surface. Thank you so much.
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