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Old   October 16, 2013, 08:22
Question Compressing mesh in CCM+
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Does anyone knows a way to compress the mesh in CCM+, as it was possible in StarCD?

Some might wonder why. I have a full geometry divided in different parts. I wish to replace one of the part by a mesh (called B) created by an external software.
However, this external mesh is not compressed, so that the numbering of the cells is not 'linear' (I mean: like 10, 11, 12, 13, ....etc)
In StarCD, I could simply select all the cells, and compress the mesh, so that everything is ok.
Actually, I only need that the mesh B is well ordered.
How can I do this in CCM+?
(for the moment, I first import my B mesh into StarCD, compress, and import the compressed one to CCM+ ....)

Thanks for your help
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