[GiDlist] Questions

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Dinh Van Nguyen

[GiDlist] Questions

Postby Dinh Van Nguyen » Tue Oct 19, 2004 1:11 pm

Dear Sirs/Madame

I join the forum with the following question:

1. Is there anyway to generate the node number of the mesh in a desire order (not arbitrarily generated as usual) ?

2. How can I inplement the link element which composes of two pairs of nodes (4 node), and each pair of node is in the same coordinates ?

Hope to receive your answers and advices soon.

Mr. Nguyen D.V.




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Enrique Escolano

[GiDlist] Questions

Postby Enrique Escolano » Tue Oct 19, 2004 8:10 pm

About the first question, It's not possible to have the node number control.
Your analysis code can renumber this nodes for special cases.
Do you have some suggestion about other interesting numeration modes?

About the second question, you can create a "surface contact", selecting two different lines in the same location.

Regards
Enrique Escolano
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Dear Sirs/Madame

I join the forum with the following question:

1. Is there anyway to generate the node number of the mesh in a desire order (not arbitrarily generated as usual) ?

2. How can I inplement the link element which composes of two pairs of nodes (4 node), and each pair of node is in the same coordinates ?

Hope to receive your answers and advices soon.

Mr. Nguyen D.V.





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