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Old   August 26, 2011, 11:18
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I've been working with snappyHexMesh for a while now, however, i've noticed that it creates cells and faces which are quite complex. Does anybody know how does OF calculate areas and volumes?

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Hi David, take a look of:

primitiveMeshCellCentresAndVols.C
primitiveMeshFaceCentresAndAreas.C

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