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Old   February 20, 2013, 10:11
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what do you mean with y direction?
If you have 2 size functions, check your max size. Thus if both max sizes are different, Gambit will only take the smallest as reference.
post a picture, and display where is your source
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what do you mean with y direction?
If you have 2 size functions, check your max size. Thus if both max sizes are different, Gambit will only take the smallest as reference.
post a picture, and display where is your source
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Hi Again,

for first size function references are long walls attach. to whole volume(start:1 ,growth rate 1.2, max 3) and for second size function I gave as reference blue face to whole volume(grading in y direction(start:3 ,growth rate 1.2, max 8) )

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I am new so I could not fine how to get png file from gambit.
can you help me?

thanks very much sorry for that!
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Hi Max,

are you going to help me?

thanks in advance and sorry for disturbing!!!
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are you working with hexa?
If you already meshed edge before creating size functions, then size functions won't have any effect on meshed edge.
Post again a picture with a zoom on the mesh which disturbes you
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thanks for the help...I upload two pics. as you see in the bottom size function is ok but in side is not. I used smaller number only to check! start with 4 growth rate 1.2 max:8 for both direction!
thanks again do you have some suggestion?

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are you working with hexa?
If you already meshed edge before creating size functions, then size functions won't have any effect on meshed edge.
Post again a picture with a zoom on the mesh which disturbes you
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on your second picture we can see a size function, especially on the square surface in background.
but you only diplayed surface mesh.
I would go to examine mesh, and display a slice of the volume mesh to see what's happened inside your volume.
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