T- the type of the mesh topology
G- the type of the mesh geometry
public interface MiVolumeMeshVertexHexahedronIjk<T extends MiTopologyIjk,G extends MiGeometryHexahedronIjk> extends MiMeshIjk<T>
This interface defines a structured mesh as a 3D grid of hexahedrons. Each
hexahedron is defined by 8 explicit coordinates. This mesh type does not use
indexed vertices, so the topology of the mesh is just the I, J and K
dimensions of the 3D grid (see
The geometry of this mesh explicitly defines the 8 vertices for each hexahedron (i,j,k) where i,j,k are indices of the hexahedron in the grid. As each hexahedron is defined by its own 8 vertices, this type of mesh is useful to define "faults" as in a petroleum reservoir model. For instance if the top vertices of the hexahedron (i,j,k) are not equal to the bottom vertices of the hexahedron (i,j,k+1), a fault exists between these 2 cells.
This type of mesh is also similar to
each hexahedron is defined by 8 coordinates instead of 8 indices.
As no vertex indices are defined, this type of mesh can handle only
PER_CELL data sets (see
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