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Old   November 2, 2009, 02:17
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What could be a best way to generate a structured mesh using GAMBIT. I am trying to generate such a mesh for a circular annulus.
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split your domain, to create subvolumes which will be mappable
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ok so in the mentioned annulus you would want me to generate sub-annuluses and mesh them such that they become adaptable? I am probably looking for a body fitting quadrilateral elements in the mesh so that they body fit.
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it was a general rule.
post a picture of your annulus.
A regular annulus should be hex-meshable
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