# remeshing grid cannt be split

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 August 6, 2011, 23:13 remeshing grid cannt be split #1 New Member   sunrain Join Date: Jun 2010 Posts: 4 Rep Power: 7 Hello, I met a question in the remeshing grid. The tri grid can not be split when the length of the grid is out of the maximum length scale, and it is only stretched. Who has met such question? Can you give q hand? The case and UDF profiles as follows. Thanks. Last edited by sun_rain; August 6, 2011 at 23:17. Reason: I cant send the case and UDF profiles

August 6, 2011, 23:27
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 Originally Posted by sun_rain Hello, I met a question in the remeshing grid. The tri grid can not be split when the length of the grid is out of the maximum length scale, and it is only stretched. Who has met such question? Can you give q hand? The case and UDF profiles as follows. Thanks.
sorry, I cant send the attachment.
It is a cylinder, the total height is1mm, the radius is 30mm. The top 0.5mm is tri grid while the bottom 0.5mm is quad. A interface connect the two cylinder.
The two interface faces and the bottom face of the cylinder are downstream with the velocity of -0.001 in Z axis.

November 1, 2011, 05:23
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 Originally Posted by sun_rain sorry, I cant send the attachment. It is a cylinder, the total height is1mm, the radius is 30mm. The top 0.5mm is tri grid while the bottom 0.5mm is quad. A interface connect the two cylinder. The two interface faces and the bottom face of the cylinder are downstream with the velocity of -0.001 in Z axis.
Have you solve this problem? I also meet the same problem. Mesh can not be remeshed, but only strech till negtive volumn exists. Do you have some points for it. Waiting for your help.

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