[Gmsh] Bad element after background mesh refinement
cgeuzaine at uliege.be
Tue Aug 20 15:22:22 CEST 2019
Removing the line:
seems to fix the issue.
> On 19 Aug 2019, at 02:16, Juan Sanchez <juan.e.sanchez at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am trying to use a background mesh for refinement of my 2d structure. The 2 bad triangles have a gamma of zero.
> in this figure:
> They are formed by nodes:
> element: 44333 nodes: 425 426 424
> element: 44334 nodes: 426 427 424
> which results in two overlapping flat triangles.
> Would someone know how to fix these bad elements? My solver is unable to work with this mesh because it cannot calculate the control volume for these triangles.
> I am using the latest Gmsh on macOS:
> The command used is:
> gmsh -2 -format 'msh2' -bgm ./bgmesh.pos gmsh_mos2d.geo
> The files are here:
> and the output is here:
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