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Old   March 5, 2003, 07:00
Default combined structured and unstructured grids
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I have read that using structured grids causes less overhead in processing time as the grid numbering in simpler. Will I see a significant improvement in processing time if I use a structured grid for part of my model and an unstructured grid in part of the model which is not possible to mesh without using tets?
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