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Old   December 27, 2012, 01:58
Default Quad pave is better!
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Hi everyone,

As we all know, structured meshing is better than unstructured one, but I want to how Quad pave is better scheme of meshing than other unstructured schemes like tri pave, or quad/tri Pave??
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