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shangzung October 7, 2009 05:44

gmsh: Inner cube in outer cube
 
Hello,

I am slowly starting to feel comfortable with gmsh and with gmshToFoam. In a thread in a mailing list (http://www.mail-archive.com/gmsh@geuz.org/msg01203.html) I read that it is possible to just have a big outer cube and a small inner tube and then create a volume of the bigger cube minus the smaller cube inside but can't manage it with the GUI of gmsh. Did someone have to do this once?

Greets
Dmitri

shangzung October 7, 2009 06:14

I found out how to do this: When creating the volume in the GUI, I first have to select the outer cube and then the inner cube, so the resulting volume is automatically the one of the outer cube minus the inner cube!


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