MiVolumeMeshHexahedronIjk Class Reference
[Mesh interfaces]

MeshViz IJK Hexahedron volume mesh abstract interface. More...

#include <MeshVizXLM/mesh/MiVolumeMeshHexahedronIjk.h>

Inheritance diagram for MiVolumeMeshHexahedronIjk:
MiMeshUnstructured MiMeshIjk MiMesh MiMesh MbHexahedronMeshIjk< _CoordT, _ScalarT, _Vec3T, layout > MyVolumeMeshHexahedronIjk

List of all members.

Public Member Functions

virtual const
getTopology () const =0

Protected Member Functions

virtual std::ostream & toStream (std::ostream &s) const

Detailed Description

MeshViz IJK Hexahedron volume mesh abstract interface.

An IJK Hexahedron Volume mesh is similar to an MiMeshCurvilinear except that adjacent cells may have different nodes (identified by node indices). This type of mesh can be used to define "faults", as in a petroleum reservoir model.

Cells must be defined explicitly as a set of hexahedrons where each node is given independently of the adjacent cells.

See also:
MiVolumeMeshCurvilinear for IJK meshes where adjacent cells share the same points.
MiVolumeMeshVertexHexahedronIjk for IJK meshes where hexahedrons are defined by explicit vertices.
MbVolumeMeshHexahedronIjk for a basic implementation.
See related examples:

EclipseMeshViz, MyVolumeMeshHexahedronIjk

Member Function Documentation

virtual const MiHexahedronTopologyExplicitIjk& MiVolumeMeshHexahedronIjk::getTopology (  )  const [pure virtual]

Returns the topology of this mesh.

Implements MiMeshIjk.

Implemented in MbHexahedronMeshIjk< _CoordT, _ScalarT, _Vec3T, layout >, and MyVolumeMeshHexahedronIjk.

virtual std::ostream& MiVolumeMeshHexahedronIjk::toStream ( std::ostream &  s  )  const [inline, protected, virtual]

Performs an output operation on a stream which is returned afterward. This method is protected since only called by the output operator <<. This method is not pure virtual and output by default the geometry and topology of a mesh. Whenever a different output is needed, this method can be implemented in the subclass to get a different output format. No std::ostream& operator << needs to be defined in any subclass. This allows you to benefit from the virtual inheritance when using the output operator on an abstract class.

Reimplemented from MiMeshIjk.

The documentation for this class was generated from the following file:

Open Inventor Toolkit reference manual, generated on 28 Oct 2019
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