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Issue generating aligned meshes for stacked solids

Rick Greene's picture
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I have two flat solids stacked directly on top each other (one which is an identical copy of the other). The non-matching side boundaries are curved and the meshing creates slightly different point distributions on the top an bottom edges so that the meshes on the shared interface doesn't match up. I have used BRepTools_ReShape to Replace one of the duplicated shared faces which seems to work fine, but the meshing will still not match up.

Presumably I will have to Replace the shared edges (and maybe points too) to get aligned meshing? I there some functionality that can be used to find shared edges (and points) when I have the shared face identities, or is there maybe a better approach?

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Eugeny's picture

Hello Rick,

Take a look at the BOPAlgo_MakePeriodic and BOPAlgo_MakeConnected classes. They are designed for preparing the touching solids for obtaning the conformal mesh.

Hope it will help, Eugeny

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