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Old   January 20, 2003, 04:08
Default Error message on Cooper scheme mesh
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Mnu & Luc
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Me and my famous workmate are trying to mesh a 3d volume with a Cooper scheme.

We set the edge mesh and then volume mesh.

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ERROR: A mismatch of previously meshed intervals between outer and inner surfaces exists on volume v_volume.24 when using meshing scheme of Cooper.

Is it a problem of mesh surface inside the concerned volume or is it in relation with other volume around.

Notice that sometimes we got 2 real faces for one. The first one is for the volume on a top and the second one is for the volume at the bottom. Those are real and have exactly the same position but they dont have the same higher topology.
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Old   January 20, 2003, 06:56
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You are trying to cooper but the mapped faces along which you want to project are different. They have to have same number of intervals. Try meshing them all individually before you cooper and make sure they match.
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