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Old   November 11, 2011, 05:59
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Thx for ur help Sushilkumar

I dis-associated your mesh and made some changes. Then I got nearly the same mesh, than I sent to you. I think with this blocking strategy, there have to be a bad crossover of the cells.
(what were the changes you made, I just can see the the moving of the corner points of the blocks, but this changes nothing in my opinion)

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