public interface MiGeometryHexahedronIjk extends MiGeometry
Generic geometry interface representing a 3D grid of hexahedron cells, where each hexahedron is defined explicitly with 8 independent coordinates. Each hexahedron is accessible via 3 indices (i,j,k).
This type of geometry is typically used by the MiVolumeMeshVertexHexahedronIjk interface.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Returns the coordinates of the hexahedron (i,j,k) cell.
Hint about coordinates organization in a hexahedron cell.
Hint about coordinates organization in memory.
void getCellCoords(int i, int j, int k, double cellCoords)
i- the id of this hexahedron on the axis I.
0 <= i < meshTopologyIjk.getNumCellsI().
j- the id of this hexahedron on the axis J.
0 <= j < meshTopologyIjk.getNumCellsJ().
k- the id of this hexahedron on the axis K.
0 <= k < meshTopologyIjk.getNumCellsK().
cellCoords- the array into which the 8 vertices of the hexahedron (i,j,k) are to be stored.
This information aims at optimizing the geometry traversal for extractors.
Returns the internal coordinates layout in memory as 6 enum values covering
all possible cases. For instance
KJI means that:
The fastest way to go through the coordinates with such layout is to perform the following triple loop:
for each k with 0 <= k < numK for each j with 0 <= j < numJ for each i with 0 <= i < numI coordinates.getCellCoords(i,j,k, cellCoords);
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