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Old   March 2, 2020, 16:47
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Hi everyone!

I'm meshing my geometry in IGG and I need to create a FNMB connection. The problem is that my grid level in the "i" direction is reduced to 1 when I define the connection. Is it possible to to create a mesh with several grid levels even if I have a FNMB connection?

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Old   March 9, 2020, 05:54
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It should be possible to keep the original grid count. Setting up a FNMB connection should not change the grid point distribution.
Hard to tell though what could be the cause of trouble in your case.
Maybe if you describe your case in more detail with the steps you performed?

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