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Old   January 14, 2005, 16:55
Default Multi block geometry
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Hi: i am trying to mesh a geometry which consists of many volumes using a hex cooper or tet mesh. I tried uniting the volume and then mesh the entire geomtry. But it gives a bad mesh. Does the volume(s)need to have a particularly better aspect when using such mesh types?. Thanks in advance,

Regards Samir.
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