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  1. Pradeep Somasundaram

    A Fine and a perfect mesh

    Hi, I have a question which one is called as a Perfect mesh or Fine mesh? When or under which conditions, my meshing is said to be a perfect mesh? Thank you
  2. Hey everybody, I have a question that seems to be easy but I can't figure it out. Could anyone tell me how I can remesh a whole model (consists of 20 different components, all are S4R elements) maintaining all connectivities and mesh type (quads) as much as it's possible. I just want to remesh a model that I have to get more finer mesh (40mm to 25mm) but I don't know how to adjust all the factors in 2D>Automesh to get the minimum of changes (less work to clear up the model). The model just has suare- and rectangular-shaped elements and I'd rather to keep it that way but every time I remesh it all the elements change to deformed quads which is a mess. Is it even possible to do it or I have to take care of the components one by one!? Thank you in advance, - Sam