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Old   March 18, 2019, 09:22
Question Creating a triangular non-uniform mesh
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Hello everyone !



I am trying to design a bevel to join two ducts. It was originally a 90 angle.
My problem: I want 70 cells vertically and 7 horizontally (I do not mind about the third edge discretization). But, I do not manage to get it done.


If I have:



(0 0 0) //0

(7 0 0) //1

(0 70 0) //2


Right now, I defined my block like: hex (1 0 0 2 ...)(7 70 1) simpleGrading(1 1 1)

Then, it gives an "inconsistent number of faces between" this block and the one on its left (70 cells high vertically).


Can someone help me?
Thanks !
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