Hello to all GTS users,
I am a PhD student, and I need a meshing library to solve
partial derivative equations.
I intend to use the GTS library to perform *adaptative
meshing*. In fact, I want to make a first calculation, with
few elements. Then I could use the first solution to impose
elements where I need them, and so on...
I did search on the mailing lists, and the documentation
available, but I did not find clear answers to my
interrogations ; I read about the gts_refine_function and
GtsRefineFunc, but I didn't really understand the entire
possibilities of this function. So here is my question :
Is it possible to mesh a surface with a triangle density
defined by a function ? Has any of you already used the GTS
library for this kind of problem (or similar) ?
If it is possible, could anyone tell me in a few words how to
do this. If "impossible", does the implementation require
great effort, and do you know an other library to do what I
Thank you for your help.
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