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Old   June 6, 2017, 10:45
Default Conforming Mesh in cfMesh
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Hello everyone,

My geometry contains 2 zones, which are indistinguishable in the fms file that I created. Though the points are defined, they are internal.

Now, I want to create a conforming mesh using cfMesh.

The problem is how can I tell cfMesh that there will be two seperate zones that I will define later, so as it will generate a mesh that will conform to the boundaries of the to-be-generated zones.

I have refined the area near the zones boundaries using surfaceMeshRefinement, but it still does not solve the original problem, it only reduces the error.


Attached the screenshots. How it is, and how I want it to be. Please note the trapezoidal area.
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