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Old   February 22, 2012, 07:44
Default 2.5D Remeshing
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Hi all,
I have 2 dynamic zones divided by an internal boundary. I have a swept mesh that goes trough both zones. The target surface is meshed with triangles only. I need to update the mesh after the motions of the external walls. I select the target surface and I set it like dynamic (deforming) with 2.5D remeshing and smoothing enabled. Than I select the target surface and I set it like dynamic (deforming) with only smoothing enabled. Now, what are the correct settings for the internal boundary that lies between the target and the source surface?

|........zone1..........|........ zone 2........| --> sweep direction
source................interior................targ et

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