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Old   October 8, 2009, 08:51
Default GMSH: Volume of two intersecting cubes
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I built a big cube with a small cube laying half in it. I created all the surfaces of the both cubes and as volume for the big cube I selected: Surfaces of big cube and then surfaces of the small cube. I painted a picture to describe it better. The 3D meshing does not work, it says: "Self intersecting surface mesh"

What I wanted to mesh is the big cube with a hole where the small cube cut in! Is this possible that way or do I have to create more points where the objects intersect?
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Old   October 10, 2009, 09:34
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You have to create the first volume,
then create the second by using the faces of the first.

GMSH doesn't permit any volume or faces intersections.

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