Enters the rapid octree menu, which provides text commands for using the Rapid Octree mesher.
Enable optimization to improve orthogonality at the boundary mesh.
Selects the boundary treatment option. Enter 0 for the Boundary Projection treatment or 1 for the Cartesian Snapping treatment.
Defines/modifies the bounding box around the geometry.
Creates a mesh using the Rapid Octree mesher.
Create rapid octree mesh with a cartesian boundary approximation.
Delete all cells with orthogonal-quality less than 0.01.
Enables/disables the distribution of the input geometry across partitions / compute nodes, so that it is not copied to each process. This reduces the memory requirements of the mesh generation significantly, especially for geometries with a high number of triangles. Note that this geometric distribution is enabled by default and is automatically deactivated if the geometry is not fully enclosed by the defined bounding box.
If yes: Just print diagnostic information, do not create a mesh.
Give a quick estimate about the expected number of cells.
Specifies the volume to be filled by the mesh.
Allows you to apply the Rapid Octree mesher to a defined mesh object or geometry object rather than all available surface zones. Note that using a mesh object with multiple volumetric regions allows you to generate multiple disconnected cell zones that can be coupled by a non-conformal mesh interface in the solution mode; all other input objects result in the creation of a single volume / cell zone.
Enables improved geometry resolution.
Set to yes if the geomety is manifold (speed up mesh generation).
Redefines the bounding box extents to encompass all of the surfaces of the currently selected geometry, and updates the base length scale used in the mesh generation process.
Attempts to restore the object state (including its surfaces) as it was prior to the meshing operation performed by the Rapid Octree mesher.
Sets the verbosity of the messages printed by the Rapid Octree mesher.