How to crop a mesh or merge layers
My objective is to create a 2 dimensional polyhedral mesh, the boundary being a square.
So far I have used Gmsh to create a 2 dimensional tetrahedral mesh (see link), and polyDualMesh to create a polyhedral mesh. But the last command also divided the mesh once in the third dimension, which is what I want to avoid.
Is there a way to merge these layers back together to get a proper 2 dimensional mesh?
Or can I throw away (crop) one of the two layers, also resulting in a proper 2 dimensional mesh?
Or is there a setting for polyDualMesh that will prevent it from dividing in the third dimension?
The answer can now be found on the OpenFoam wiki: http://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/Po...esh_generation
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