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Old   October 4, 2018, 08:01
Default faulty streamlines - octree mesh
Giles Richardson
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I have generated an octree mesh available here (unstructured vtk binary):

But in Paraview, the streamlines are not continuous - they get halted by the cell transitions (wherever thers a change in refinement level).

Its as though the mesh doesnt know that a cell face has 4 neighbour cells on one side. Any ideas? Thanks.
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