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Old   March 28, 2018, 19:36
Default Anisotropic 2D Mesh coarsening
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Is there a way to locally coarsen a mesh in only the x-direction for a 2D mesh? Or alternatively refine it in only the y direction? I want to avoid hanging nodes while still maintaining the height of a row of cells so the region adapt feature that I've been trying to work with isn't producing the mesh I would like. I could go back to design modeler and split my surface to do this, but it I would prefer not to.
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