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Re: Sub-mesh hypothesis respected along one direction but not the other

Posted by Chloe Archambault at May 13. 2019

I'm trying to refine the mesh on the blue faces in the image below. So I have created a sub-mesh from these faces and assigned a maximum element size. The mesh seems just fine on the vertical edges, but on the horizontal edges the elements are stretched.

Note that these faces lie on a bigger object which has its own coarser sub-mesh. I've tried changing the order of the sub-meshes but it doesn't help.

Any idea how to fix this?

Re: Sub-mesh hypothesis respected along one direction but not the other

Posted by GĂ©rald NICOLAS at June 05. 2019

Seems strange but more information is needed. What algorithms do you use? Submeshs on faces or edges of the faces?

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