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Old   May 21, 2003, 21:09
Default Non-cooper-able volume, please help
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Riham
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Hi everybody,

I wanna mesh a 3D volume (brick with two openings ) like the one in the modeling guide, figure 3-64 (c), Gambit documentation. the only difference is that I only have circle faces (holes) instead of cylinders.

They say that it is a non-cooper-able volume and to make it cooper-able, I should first split the upper and lower rectangular source face (figure 3-65)

I tried to make a virtual face split but it gaves me an error message like (edge endpoints do not belong to boundary face).

have anyone encounterd this problem ?

sorry for being long

Thank you very much in advance
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Old   May 22, 2003, 06:25
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well, just try this : while messhing select try ignore size function.

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Old   May 22, 2003, 20:13
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Hi zxaar,

Thank you very much for your help, but actually I get this error message before meshing.

cause I have to split the source faces before meshing them as far as what I understood from the documentation.

the exact message is: can't split face (face.1) with edge (v_edge.17) whose end vertices are not face boundary.

by the way do you know how to imprint the source faces before meshing them according to the cooper algorithm?

I am really confused, I am still beginner

Thanx
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Old   May 23, 2003, 05:25
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do one thing ... send me the .jou file on zxaar@yahoo.com

so that i will mesh it and send u ..then will explain what was the trouble.

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Old   May 26, 2003, 10:58
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hello i have sent you the mesh(jou actually) file, that day u sent me the jou file.

since u r on hotmail my message might have gone into ur junk folder please check that , it stays in junk folder for 7 days. thanks
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Old   May 26, 2003, 12:57
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Hi xzaar,

I have just run it, I am trying to understand the procedure you followed.

Thank you very much
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