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  • how to fit meshes of 2 solids which are in contact

    Posted by Guérout at March 22. 2006

    Hello !

     

    We work on a mesh with several solids !

    We would like to have the same surfacic mesh for the surfaces which are in contact. Is there a function in salome 2.2.8 which enable to make the meshes of two surfaces in contact fitting together ?

    regards

    Yann Guérout

     

    • Re: how to fit meshes of 2 solids which are in contact

      Posted by Kloss Francis at March 23. 2006
      Good morning, 2 ways principal ways to share faces: 1) by building: you build a face and you reuse it to build solid, 2) when solids are done and you need to share their common faces: use in Python: resultShape = MakeGlueFaces(theShape, theTolerance) or in interactive the item "Glue Faces" in the "Repair" menu. Cordially, Francis KLOSS
      • Re: how to fit meshes of 2 solids which are in contact

        Posted by Guérout at March 23. 2006

        hi,

         

        Thank you for your message !

        I  tried the glue faces function unfortunatelly I got the following message :

        "Argument shape is not a compound of hexahedral solids"

        do you have any idea about this message ?

         

        Yann

        • Re: how to fit meshes of 2 solids which are in contact

          Posted by Kloss Francis at March 23. 2006
          It is probably a limitation of this functionality. Is it possible to give me your geometry (python code) for analyse and perhaps find a solution ? Francis KLOSS
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