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mmk_m2, mmk_m3 - create source meshes
mmk_m2 [options] [-gcfile] dimX dimY [ofile]
mmk_m3 [options] [-gcfile] dimX dimY dimZ [ofile]
The mmk_* programs create source mesh files for some common, regular topologies.
mmk_m2 creates a 2D regular mesh of dimX times dimY elements and (dimX+1) times (dimY+1)
nodes, such that element (i,j) is connected to nodes (i,j), (i,j+1), (i+1,j) and
mmk_m3 creates a 3D regular mesh of dimX times dimY times dimZ elements and (dimX+1) times
(dimY+1) times (dimZ+1) nodes, such that element (i,j,k) is connected to nodes (i,j,k),
(i,j,k+1), (i,j+1,k), (i,j+1,k+1), (i+1,j,k), (i+1,j,k+1), (i+1,j+1,k) and (i+1,j+1,k+1).
Output graph vertex coordinates (that is, geometry data to be used by gout(1)) in
-h Display some help.
-V Display program version and copyright.
Create a mesh of 5x7 elements, along with its geometry:
$ mmk_m2 5 7 -g/tmp/m5x7.xyz /tmp/m5x7.msh
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