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leo khoo December 1, 2009 03:46

~meshing on the cylinder using gambit~
 
Hello, i face some problem when i do the meshing on the cylinder using gambit.:( the message show that "
command> volume mesh "volume.1" map size 1
Face face 3, vertex vertex.2 was set to end
ERROR: Face face.3 could not be converted to a submappable region.
All vertices of face face.3 were changed back to their original types."

i am going to do simply structured and unstructured mesh on that cylinder. The cylinder is create using 3D volume. Anyone can help me? what is my problem and how to solve it.:confused:
thanks first!:)

thecfduser December 1, 2009 04:35

Hi
U cant mesh the cylinder with a map scheme.
Mesh it using a Hex/wedge cooper scheme.

Another and maybe better solution is to mesh a circle and extrude it along edge, so u can control the map length in the axis direction.
Regards

leo khoo December 1, 2009 05:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by thecfduser (Post 238280)
Hi
U cant mesh the cylinder with a map scheme.
Mesh it using a Hex/wedge cooper scheme.

Another and maybe better solution is to mesh a circle and extrude it along edge, so u can control the map length in the axis direction.
Regards

thanks for your idea. i will check it out:D


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