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Old   November 26, 2012, 10:27
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Hi everyone,

I want to decompose a domain (with a shape of rectangular prism) in only x and y directions (two horizontal directions) that would result in equal number of faces of a specific patch (which lies on x-y plane) for each sub-domain.

You could think of my mesh as an extrusion (in z dir) of an irregular cross-sectional mesh defined on x-y plane.

What would you recommend? where should I look for?
Thanks in advance
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