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Old   June 21, 2007, 08:10
Default REFINE IN ONE DIRECTION
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i WANT TO REFINE A CELLSET IN A PARTICULAR DIRECTION.sOME CELLS ARE REFINED IN ONE DIRECTION AND OTHERS IN OTHER DIRECTION.hOW TO RESOLVE THE ISSUE. i have read some where about cdirect and creorder commands but i am not able to do.

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Old   June 21, 2007, 11:53
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CDIRection goes with the command CDIVide.

You establish the cell I, J and K directions with CDIR

Then you use CDIV to split the cells in any given direction

It sounds like you were using CREF on a multi block mesh with different local directions previously. This splits cells based on the existing I,J and K direction of each cell.

If for some reason you wanted to use CREF then you could do

CDIVide RESTructure CREFine

but that merely adds an extra step

PLFACE ON with a PLTY EHID shows you the cell face orientations of the mesh

I believe CREOrder is/was mainly used for reducing the wave front of linear FEA solvers by renumbering the cells such the neighbours had similar cell numbers. I am not sure that it has that many uses other than that
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Old   June 26, 2007, 03:32
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hi. why you don't use the way like "prostar window-->tools--> cell tool--> cell refine" ?
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Old   June 26, 2007, 05:17
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In 326

try the "cmro" command

with the option 1d or vector

then use cmre cset

This should handle all cell type

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