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    #1

    being meshed

    Hi! I've found this sentence in a book: "Elements will be created in the component of the surface(s) being meshed"

    Does that mean "Elements will be created in the component of the surface(s) that is/are being meshed"?

    Thank you.

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    Re: being meshed

    yes

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    Re: being meshed

    Is omitting "that is/are" more formal?

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    Re: being meshed

    No, it's just understood, whether it's formal or not.

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