[Gmsh] Plane definition issue
cgeuzaine at uliege.be
Thu Dec 12 13:32:05 CET 2019
> On 11 Dec 2019, at 10:36, Sanghavi, Chaitanya <chaitanya.sanghavi at siemens.com> wrote:
> Dear Christophe.
> I would like to do a constraint surface mesh imposed by one geometry onto the next one.
> I am using Gmsh 4.4.1 and it crashes if I change the definition of one of the plane surface to a surface.
> The Duct. Geo is the file with the first geometry.
> Coupling.msh contains the constraint surface mesh for the 2nd geometry
> Liner.geo is the 2nd geometry where I import the Coupling.msh to impose the constraint mesh.
This is not supported: the only hybrid "CAD-discrete" surface currently supported is the plane.
(We will fix the crash, though - an error should be issued instead.)
> <image001.jpg> <image003.jpg>
> The complete set up works fine if Line 37 in Liner.geo file is defined as plane. But actually this is a curved surface.
> As soon as I change the definition for this line, gmsh crashes.
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University of Liege, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
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