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Smoothing a mesh with preserving conformality

Posted by Arash at June 28. 2021

Hello all,
I have a surface that is in contact with a volume and the mesh is conformal (surface and volume elements share nodes in their contact region). I want to smooth the surface and keep the conformality. I think I should not fix the nodes in the contact region during the smoothing process, because in that way, the mesh does not change a lot. Instead, I should find a way to slightly move those nodes to make a smooth surface but keep the conformality of the main mesh.

Re: Smoothing a mesh with preserving conformality

Posted by Arash at June 30. 2021

Any ideas/comments on this?

Re: Smoothing a mesh with preserving conformality

Posted by Arash at June 30. 2021

Any ideas/comments on this?

Re: Smoothing a mesh with preserving conformality

Posted by SMESH expert at July 03. 2021

Hi Arash

You will achieve your purpose if you apply Modification > Smoothing to your surface with option "in parametric space" = ON and provided that your mesh on surface is built in SALOME Mesh module.


Best regards

Edward

Re: Smoothing a mesh with preserving conformality

Posted by Arash at July 05. 2021

Thanks for your response, Edward. I do not create my mesh in Salome. Therefore, it does not help me when I turn the parametric space ON.

 

 

 

Hi Arash

You will achieve your purpose if you apply Modification > Smoothing to your surface with option "in parametric space" = ON and provided that your mesh on surface is built in SALOME Mesh module.


Best regards

Edward

 

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