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mesh:structuredmesh [2019/08/30 07:00]
rgladstone Note required options for running GlaDs under extruded mesh.
mesh:structuredmesh [2019/08/30 07:41] (current)
rgladstone [Internal Mesh Extrusion]
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 The "​Preserve Baseline"​ allows the 1D boundary of the footprint to be used to prescribe boundary conditions to solvers run on this footprint (e.g. the [[solvers:​glads|GlaDs hydrology model]]). ​ If the footprint has n boundary labels, the side wall boundaries after extrusion will be labeled from n+1 to 2n and the lower and upper surfaces after extrusion will be boundary conditions 2n+1 and 2n+2. The "​Preserve Baseline"​ allows the 1D boundary of the footprint to be used to prescribe boundary conditions to solvers run on this footprint (e.g. the [[solvers:​glads|GlaDs hydrology model]]). ​ If the footprint has n boundary labels, the side wall boundaries after extrusion will be labeled from n+1 to 2n and the lower and upper surfaces after extrusion will be boundary conditions 2n+1 and 2n+2.
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 +Note that if edge boundaries at the edge of the footprint are grouped together in the .sif, the same groupings must be applied to the wall boundaries directly above them.
  
 Elmer stores information about edges in addition to element information. ​ This information is not preserved by default through mesh extrusion. ​ To ensure its preservation (this is strictly required if running [[solvers:​glads|GlaDs]]) use the "​Preserve Edges" option. Elmer stores information about edges in addition to element information. ​ This information is not preserved by default through mesh extrusion. ​ To ensure its preservation (this is strictly required if running [[solvers:​glads|GlaDs]]) use the "​Preserve Edges" option.
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