Ander Biguri <a.biguri(a)bath.ac.uk> writes:
Thanks, that was actually quite useful.
So as far as I can see, one has to create the mesh geometric file somehow
else (in the example the GMSH_SPHERE).
Well, yes, you can. The docs for that are here:
(Chapters 4 and 5 mainly)
But I generally prefer to create a .step geometry in, say, FreeCAD and
mesh that, because I don't find the Gmsh language easy to deal with.
I am guessing that creating this files for user
geometries ( e.g. a volumetric indexed image, or a surface) is not
Am I right?
No, meshpy does not help with that, and Gmsh AFAIK does not have
anything built in. But if you mean to describe a (triangular or
quadrilateral) surface mesh, that should be quite doable with the Gmsh