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Old   December 12, 2016, 23:07
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we learnt about different types of meshes such tri/tet and quad/hex even learnt about conformal and non-conformal meshes. I wonder why god meshed our hands and legs and what is the need of discretizastion in our hands and legs.It is full of hybrid meshses i could figure out some standard mesh shapes it is so complicated. waiting for the answer but it helps me in learning about meshes in CFD.

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I wonder why god meshed...
Wrong approach. Good meshing is always achieved iteratively. Ask mother nature.
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