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Old   February 26, 2016, 08:10
Default Mesh generation geometry using finite difference method -irregular geometry
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I want to solver poisson equation in a 2d geometry which likes like that in the attachment. I would like to use finite difference method for it.But using a rectangular grid for the whole domain becomes confusing for when it comes close to the edges. Could anyone suggest the technique how to approach it and would be great if any suggestion on similar geometry meshing could be share.

(I am using matlab)
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