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Old   November 8, 2007, 05:47
Default hex mesh by starting from a group of point
Giulia Valerio
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Hy, I would like to create a structured hexaedral mesh by starting from the coordinates of the centres of the cells. Is someone able to create it in a rapid way? If not, I think that I could do two different steps: first creating the volume and secondly creating the mesh. In this case, do someone know ho to pass from a group of point (that are the coordinates of the surfaces of the volume) to the entity faces, centred in these points, also in a cad program different from gambit? Thanks a lot, Giulia
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