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Old   August 11, 2008, 02:51
Default I'm decomposing a tilted cavit
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I'm decomposing a tilted cavity (drawn by x):

...xxxx
..x..x
.x..x
xxxx

I know how simple, metis and manual method is used but nothing about hierarchicalCoeffs. I want to decompose the domain with a cutting plane parallel to the tilted sides. Does any one know how hierarchicalCoeffs works or another way to do that. Thanks.

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Old   August 14, 2008, 17:39
Default The 'delta' coefficient in hie
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The 'delta' coefficient in hierarchical actually rotates the coordinates slightly (so an axis aligned mesh gets does not get a jagged decomposition). Have a look at the source and see whether you can use that / hack it so the coordinates are aligned with your plane.
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