|December 30, 2009, 14:00||
An Invisible Boundary
Join Date: Nov 2009
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I'd like to start either a prism layer or an extruded mesh within my domain, not on a boundary. Ideally, I would create a boundary that was 'invisible' and then use this to create my desired mesh.
This is simlar in concept to how you would use a volumetric shape to make the grid finer in a particular region.
Is it possible to create such a boundary or similar? For example, I have been experimenting with volumetric shapes, but with no success.
All the best,
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