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Old   May 12, 2014, 07:10
Default Connection between HexaBlock and tetra mesh
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I'm using hexablock option to mesh a cylinder part which is connected to another volume (simplified test, real geometry is more complex). I would like to use hexa block methodology in conjunction with another methodology mesh, BUT I want two meshes are completely connected. I'm able to create continuity for any kind of mesh except when I use hexablock meth.

Which is correct procedure to reach the goal?
Attached an example where hexablock is connected to tetra part without discontinuity.

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Old   May 18, 2014, 01:53
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hey
hex mesh using hexblock is best method for simple structures...
u can create connectivity between tet and hex by following step..
Do the hex mesh first
U have to project the solid hex to surface of shell where u going to generate tet
u get the quard at there
convert the quad to Rtria
then do tet
now u get right connectivity
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