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bug in build compound mesh

Posted by Todd Martin at December 11. 2010

In the mesh module I can add a single node to an existing mesh. When I build a compound mesh, that node is not copied to the new mesh, even if it was included in an existing node group.

Re: bug in build compound mesh

Posted by Cacciatorino at December 12. 2010

I had the same problem. The only solution that I found was to create the compound inside the comm file (assuming you are using Code_Aster as solver), using this syntax:

 

LIRE_MAILLAGE / Mesh_1

LIRE_MAILLAGE / Mesh_2

LIRE_MAILLAGE / Mesh_3

ASSE_MAILLAGE/SUPERPOSE/Mesh_1+Mesh_2-->Mesh_temp

ASSE_MAILLAGE/SUPERPOSE/Mesh_temp+Mesh_3 -->Compund

 

The sense to use ASSE_MAILLAGE in two steps is due to a limitation of the command that doesn't allow to operate on more than two mesh at time.

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