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How to mesh mutliple objects?

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xadu
xadu on 9 Feb 2021
Commented: xadu on 12 Feb 2021
Hi, I would like to generate a 3D mesh consisting of tetrahedrons. I know that using mutlicuboid or multisphere functins, I can do this for a single object, or a collection of similar objects like so:
model = createpde;
gm = multicuboid(2,3,4);
model.Geometry = gm;
generateMesh(model,'GeometricOrder','linear');
pdeplot3D(model)
But what I would like to do is to define a cube, and a sphere inside it, and have the mesh respect the object boundaries. Is this possible? When I tried to append two objects into model.Geometry, it complained saying "Error using pde.EquationModel/set.Geometry (line 49) Assemblies of more than one geometric model are not currently supported."

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Ravi Kumar
Ravi Kumar on 10 Feb 2021
This example might work for you!
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xadu
xadu on 12 Feb 2021
Thanks for the pointer to this resource; this is indeed what I was looking for!

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