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Old   January 14, 2004, 12:38
Default Which meshing method is better?
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Hi guys,

I notice that different meshing tools may use different method e.g. Octree, Delaunay or Advancing Front to generate the unstructured mesh. Which one is the best?

My meshing tool used octree method and I think it doesn't cope with the surface boundary very well, esp if there's a fillet at the corner. What do you think?
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