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Old   December 13, 2010, 09:43
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hi ,
am not able to generate vol mesh using tetrahedral cells.getting an error, plz let me know where i went wrong
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Old   December 14, 2010, 03:15
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it seems you have skewness problem.
If you get a 3d mesh check volume mesh quality and check where is worst element.
If you don't get 3d Mesh, do the same but in 2d.
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hi max,
i got a crude mesh at-least as a preliminary one.i wanted to know how much of quality of cells is satisfactory as a thumb rule .i got a quality of 0.85 for the worst element.
also before going for refining the mesh by moving nodes,what other steps can be taken to improve the mesh(tetra).
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0.85 for tetra is good.
If it is not already done, try to mesh it with tetra-hexcore (it filled the core of your domain with hexa)--> very powerful
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