Hello,

I have a request regarding the creation of meshes in salome,

today we can define different hypothesis for the discretization of edges, and in terms of features salome is clearly highly complete in this regards, but I would like if possible to ask for the development of one last hypothesis.

**number of segment, first and/or end size**

the idea would be for a given number of edges, to discretize them all together on the same number but set also the first and/or end length,

so for example, for a group of edges with different lengths, we could specify the size of the first cell, the size of the last cell, a factor (by default 1) and the numbers of cells, so the hypothesis would create the first and last cell with their respective size and then the ‘remaining of the edges’ mesh it like a classic wire discretization/number of segments/scale distribution

the resulting distribution would look something like this:

you have:

- inital length size of first cell distance (green)
- end length size of last cell distance (black)
- number of cells (which this value -2 will give the number of elements in the blue section)
- scale factor that will determine how the ‘remaining nodes’ will be distributed inside the edge

obviously it would also (as almost all the more complex 1D hypothesis) need to define inversed direction edges so, it is fixed the position of the initial and end length and the direction of the scale factor.

this could also be done the same without one of the initial or end lengths and the one that is not being setted by the user will go to the pool of the ‘remaining nodes’ ie., the blue x