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Sorry if it is not the appropiate forum for posting my problem.

I'm currently programming an elliptic mesh generator in Matlab. If someone knows about it, you have to solve a two coupled Laplace equations. I have not any problems to solve it.

The difficulties arrive when I have to cluster the lines to the internal boundary. See the drawing below:

-|---|--|---|------------ iso-eta line

-|---|--|---|------------

-|---|--|---|------------- iso-eta line

-|---|--|---|------------- iso-eta line

-|---|--|---|--------------

| | | |

iso -xi lines

As you (roughly) can see the transverse lines are iso-eta lines, and the vertical ones are iso-xi lines.

I want to cluster iso-eta lines around one named eta_o=constant.

I have proved with the next forcing function:

Q=a*sign(eta-etao)*exp(-b*abs(eta-etao))

but nothing happens, or simply the method diverges.

I will appreciate some advice, or some warning about the forcing function used. I have not had success in clustering near the internal boundary.

Any comment or web-link will be appreciated. Thanks.

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# Into troubles with a mesh

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