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Default Meshing unconnected parts in a tomography geometry
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Hi everyone,


I have a general basic question about meshing a tomography geometry.


I have an .stl file created from tomography of a porous medium. My problem with meshing is that most pores are isolated and when I run checkMesh, it gives me "number of unconnected parts: 1649" and creates 1649 .obj files. Obviously it's not possible to mesh each pore separately. Is there any way that I could mesh this geometry?


This image is an example of one slice of this geometry


slice19.jpg




Thanks a lot for the help
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