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Topic: fem mesh
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srao Rao

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Re: fem mesh
Posted: Apr 30, 2013 11:43 AM
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Alan_Weiss <aweiss@mathworks.com> wrote in message <kloeqv$r1c$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> On 4/29/2013 1:54 PM, Sashankh Rao wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am trying to mesh a geometry using the initmesh and refinemesh
> > functions. I would like to control the location of nodes on the
> > boundary of the domain. Is there anyway to do this?
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Sashankh

>
> I am sorry, Shashankh, but I do not know of a way to specify particular
> points on the mesh.
>
> There are a few workarounds you can try, but I don't know how well any
> of them will work for you:
> * Make some extra subdomains that intersect the boundary at the points
> you want. These subdomains should have the same overall geometry and
> boundary conditions as before, this is just a way to have the mesher use
> the points you want. Or:
> * Export the points in the mesh, and manually edit them. Move the
> closest point in the mesh to the point that you want. This might lead to
> difficulties, if the resulting triangulation is no longer Delaunay, but
> I think it should work OK if you just need to move a few points and not
> very far.
>
> Good luck,
>
> Alan Weiss
> MATLAB mathematical toolbox documentation


Thanks Alan.


Date Subject Author
4/29/13
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srao Rao
4/30/13
Read Re: fem mesh
Alan Weiss
4/30/13
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srao Rao

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