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Old   November 22, 2011, 07:37
Default Transformation scale in msh2cdp
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Hi,
i have a mesh with a computational domain

1<x<1.075 1<y<1.24 1<z<1.12 and i want transform it through msh2cdp.in to
1<y<1.1 1<x 1.03125 1<z<1.0499
basicly, i want to reduce the thickness at each direction by a factor of 0.4166.when i run it,it results to minimum values that start from 0.4166 and thickness equal to the original ones multiplied by 0.4166. also,it returns me a fault,due to not-connected faces,as a result of all of this.can anyone help?
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