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Old   September 8, 2007, 17:45
Default Gambit tet/hybrid mesh
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Dear Gambit users,

I am a new user of Gambit, I wonder what is meant by the tet/hybrid mesh element. Does the 'tet' means tetrahedral or something else and why 'tet' and 'hybrid' come together? I'm a bit confused, please help!

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Old   September 12, 2007, 05:44
Default Re: Gambit tet/hybrid mesh
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Tet is the short form for tetrahedral mesh. When you see a hybrid or non-conformal mesh it means it is a mix of structured hexahedral cells and unstructured tetrahedral cells.
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