[Gmsh] 3D Meshing

David Colignon David.Colignon at ulg.ac.be
Wed Aug 20 16:57:37 CEST 2014


one error: the surface between surfaces 291 and 299, formed by the lines 283, 294, 290 and 272, is not defined, so your 3D 
volume is not closed.



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On 20/08/14 14:46, Bernal Castro, Carlos Andres wrote:
> To whom it may concern,
> Hello... my name is Andres Bernal and I am a London South Bank University student carrying out a thesis about the influence of
> the buildings shape onto the atmospheric pollutants concentration due to the innovative forms of them nowadays. I am working on
> a building known as "The Walkie-Talkie Building" and the first stage of the project was to create a geometric form of the
> building and the surrounding area using the Gmsh grid generator. In order to move along with the project we need to mesh the
> whole area which is enclosed into a whole domain (a bigger cube). When I mesh the geometry in 1D and 2D, It runs perfectly, but
> when I try with 3D it shows me a lot of errors and I do not know why. I would like you to help me in this issue as I have been
> trying to figure out the problem but I have not been able to and I got stuck for this matter. I would be really grateful, thanks.
> Any advice would be much appreciated.
> Kind Regards,
> Andres Bernal
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