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Old   June 22, 2005, 13:37
Default GAMBIT: Assumption of an edge type while meshing
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I'm having difficulty using both the map and submap schemes to mesh a serpentine channel system I've designed in GAMBIT. I've ensured that all faces of the system are connected, and I've enforced a mesh on all the individual edges to be meshed. However, when I go to mesh it, I receive the following error: Command> volume mesh "volume.39" "volume.38" submap size 1 WARN: Assumption of an edge type on edge 761 is being made. WARN: Assumption of an edge type on edge 769 is being made. ERROR: Unexpected error when meshing volume volume.39 using submapping. Anyone have any ideas? Cheers, Agnes
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