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Old   January 21, 2015, 20:16
Default General Question About Hybrid Meshing
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Hi guys,

Sorry if this is repetitive, but I have been unable to find a clear answer on the forum or anywhere else.

I have a hex and tet mesh and want to merge these two meshes to make one volume mesh(or region) WITHOUT the resulting shell elements at the interface. Is it possible ?

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