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Old   October 7, 2013, 08:55
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Dear all,

I am tried of trying different grid sizes via Gmsh. Due to the sharp edges, actually I am not sure, I always got floating point exceptions. Well I check some websites to see if there are some alternatives and I got a few:

Blender + Snappyhexmesh

I was wondering which one is the most stable for OF. I need to generate mesh for channels or maybe insert some coastal structures as objects. The most important thing is where I can find a proper tutorial?

I keep on searching now. Hope to get some ideas from you. Thanks!

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Old   October 14, 2013, 02:55
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Hi, list commercial and free Preprocessors snappy is not bad for Terrain tasks
Helyx OS is a free Gui and some free training material from 8th OF workshop
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