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Old   December 25, 2021, 15:07
Default watertight geometry meshing HEX
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I am trying to mesh an urban geometry model (watertight), similar to this:

However, for whatever reason, the mesh is not as perfect as in the literature. There are some TET cells created and some anomalies. I have seen videos on Multizone, Sweep and so forth, but I can't get it to be perfect.

Does anyone have a similar model to share? I would be grateful to check the mesh setting and see where I am wrong.

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