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Old   November 9, 2017, 01:11
Default 3D free bock mesh type with structured Hexa
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I meshed a building in a domain with the Hexa blocks method. There are holes in the building forming through-building openings. Now I need to change the mesh inside the hole to one of the free types such as "all tri","hex-dominant" and etc.. I converted the mapped to free and used "3D free block mesh type". I do not know how to construct the volume mesh now. When I check using the cut plane there are just surfaces that are meshed, not volume. Also, there are walls inside the hole that I want to use prism on them.
Can any one help me?
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