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Old   March 15, 2013, 08:29
Default Separating areas which don't have layers for visualizing
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Hey all,


I am using snappyHexMesh, and am wondering how I can see which areas of my mesh are not getting layers? At the end of the process snappyHexMesh tells you something like this:

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Extruding 670264 out of 690052 faces (97.1%). Removed extrusion at 1 faces.
Added 1894349 out of 2070156 cells (91.5%).
I would basically like to see ONLY these 91.5% of faces where layers were successfully added, or alternatively the 8.5% where layers were not grown. Is there any way to do this?
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