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Old   June 24, 2006, 17:29
Default Meshing errors
Vidya Raja
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WhenI try to mesh my geometry according to the heirarchy, I get errors that say:

1. Face 231 has an odd number of nodes on one or more of the faces loops. This may be an outer boundary or around holes in the face.

2. Number of intervals on meshed edges of face 216 does not allow meshing using a scheme of map.

3. Face has less than 3 boundary nodes on one or more face node loops which prevent it from being meshed.

I tried to adjust/ change the interval size several times, but the still the errors continue. Can someone tell me how to get around with these errors?

Thanks, Vidya
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Old   June 24, 2006, 23:51
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Point 2. For 'map' option all opposite sides need to have the same number of intervals. Otherwise try to mesh with submap or pave.
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Old   June 26, 2006, 06:44
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web yin
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see some details in the gambit help document
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