Enters the dynamic mesh remeshing menu to set parameters for all remeshing methods.
Sets the cell skewness threshold above which cells will be remeshed.
Sets the face skewness threshold above which faces will be remeshed.
Sets the length threshold above which cells will be remeshed.
Sets the length threshold below which cells will be remeshed.
Disables/enables parallel remeshing as part of methods-based remeshing..
Enable/disable poly remeshing.
Enables a second round of remeshing based on the skewness parameters after the boundary has moved as part of methods-based remeshing.
Enables/disables individual remeshing options as part of methods-based remeshing.
Enables/disables the use of local size criteria when marking cells for unified remeshing (in an attempt to maintain the initial mesh size distribution even as the mesh moves), rather than marking cells based on the minimum and maximum length scale values of the cell zone in the initial mesh. Either marking can be overridden if more restrictive values are specified using the define/dynamic-mesh/controls/remeshing-parameters/length-min and define/dynamic-mesh/controls/remeshing-parameters/length-max text commands.
Sets the interval (in time steps) when remeshing based on size is done for methods-based remeshing.
Sets sizing function defaults.
Determines how far from the boundary the increase/decrease happens.
Sets the sizing function resolution with respect to shortest boundary.
Sets the maximum sizing function increase/decrease in the interior.
Enables/disables the sizing function as part of methods-based remeshing.
Enables/disables unified remeshing, which specifies that an algorithm is used that combines aspects of a variety of remeshing methods. It is applied to triangular or tetrahedral cells and can produce wedge cells in 3D boundary layer meshes. Unified remeshing simplifies the remeshing setup and can provide increased robustness compared to methods-based remeshing, especially for parallel simulations.
Enables/disables the cell zone remeshing method as part of methods-based remeshing.