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san May 10, 2006 05:46

Difference in Hex and Tet mesh
 
Hi,

i would like to know what is the difference b/w Hex Mesh And what is it's effect in computational domain.

Thanks in advance for all participents for sharing there ideas on this topic.

with regads san

manoj korde May 10, 2006 07:38

Re: Difference in Hex and Tet mesh
 
hex mesh is simillar to rectangular mesh in two dimensional(stuctured mesh) whereas tetra mesh is simillar to tringular mesh ( unstucture mesh) . if u have complex geometry then if will be difficult to mesh with hexa mesh u need to go for tetra meshing scheme. but the tera mesh is computationaly expensive . hope it clear ur question.


san May 11, 2006 06:13

Re: Difference in Hex and Tet mesh
 
Hi, Thanks for participation, but i want to know how tetra mesh is more computationally expensive. Generally it is regarded as Hex Mesh gives more accurate answer then the tet mesh. is this ture ? if yes how (can you explain / send some Material regarding this ).

With regards San


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