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Old   January 29, 2010, 08:15
Default Introduction to paraviews mesh quality filter?
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i want to check my mesh with the mesh quality filter in paraview. Primarily i want to quantify the orthogonality of the cells, the edge ratio and the expansion ratio. Iīve builded a wedge geometry in OF. My problem is, that I donīt know, how to deal with the options: Hex, Quad and so on. Furthermore I donīt know, which values are good and which not.

Can anybody help me, get more information?

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Old   July 26, 2011, 03:25
Default Mesh quality in paraview
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Hi Sebastian,

Did you find out how to use this filter in paraview. I want to do the same thing.


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