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by modelman
14 Jun 2012, 23:28
Forum: External tools
Topic: gmsh to Elmer
Replies: 10
Views: 10323

Re: gmsh to Elmer

Hi Matthias, Thank you, your work-around appears to be the best option at this time. I was focusing too much on the formatting of the .msh file, while the real problem appears to be in the conversion within ElmerGUI from .msh to mesh.*. Using ElmerGrid via the command line is an acceptable solution ...
by modelman
14 Jun 2012, 04:03
Forum: External tools
Topic: gmsh to Elmer
Replies: 10
Views: 10323

Re: gmsh to Elmer

Hi Peter,
I reduced the number of elements by ~ a factor of 10. Still shows the same characteristics, so this is a good test case.

Thanks again.
Jack
by modelman
14 Jun 2012, 03:43
Forum: External tools
Topic: gmsh to Elmer
Replies: 10
Views: 10323

Re: gmsh to Elmer

Peter,
The upload failed because the size of the zip file is ~13MB, which exceeds the 2MB limit. I will scale down the mesh density and upload each file separately, to work within the limit.

Sorry for the confusion.
Jack
by modelman
14 Jun 2012, 03:40
Forum: External tools
Topic: gmsh to Elmer
Replies: 10
Views: 10323

Re: gmsh to Elmer

Hi Peter, I have attached a zip archive containing 3 .msh files: 1) a V2 created by gmsh, 2) a V1 created by gmsh, and 3) a V2 resulting from a converted V1 by EnGrid. I notice that the file format of the 2 V2 versions differ. Specifically, the number of fields between the element number and the nod...
by modelman
12 Jun 2012, 23:35
Forum: External tools
Topic: gmsh to Elmer
Replies: 10
Views: 10323

gmsh to Elmer

I recently constructed a 3D model in gmsh to investigate capacitive coupling among a plurality of microstrip conductors oriented at various angles to one-and-other. One model of interest contains three dielectric regions. Each dielectric region is defined by a physical volume entity in gmsh. Here is...