[Dune] geometrygrid and PSurface

Marco Cisternino marco.cisternino at optimad.it
Fri Jan 11 12:31:26 CET 2013


Thank you, Oliver.
I try to explain.
I have a body fitted mesh generated by a mesh generator starting from a 
CAD geometry.
With this macro grid I compute a Q^3 parametrization of each element 
using information from the neighbours.
By this way I can build a geometry grid which can be refined using my 
parametrization everywhere.
Now, on the boundaries this parametrization is an approximation of the 
original CAD geometry. I would like to keep on using my parametrizations 
to refine everywhere but on the boundaries, where it would be nice to 
use an STL obtained from the original CAD geometry in order to add new 
vertices on the STL geometry and to be more accurate.
What about the coherence between boundary vertices and internal ones 
(even not considering what I said about Q^3 parametrization)?
Thanks again.

Marco


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