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Old   July 11, 2009, 15:19
Question meshing without one vertex
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I have to mesh a face with 1 supply and 1 exhaust, I want to have the first node at y*>0.2, but my first vertex is at y*=0.16, this vertex represents the exhaust position therefore I can't eliminat.

PLEASE can every body tell me how to start my face meshing without this vertex and I can also put my BC on the edge that constitute??????

thank you by advance

I need you help
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