With this record you can set the relative usage of geometry remeshing
and residue remeshing.
As the typical remeshing step (i.e. the distance
that a node is relocated) is about 100 times as large in geometry
remeshing than in residue remeshing, you should use, say, *geometry_factor*
is 0.01 and *residue_factor* 1.0 for both effects to be
of about equal size. Some examples are given below.

(only geometric remeshing)

control_mesh_remeshindex...

(only geometric remeshing)

control_mesh_remeshindex...

control_mesh_remesh_factorindex1. 0.

(only residue remeshing)

...

residue

end_initia

...

control_mesh_remeshindex...

control_mesh_remesh_factorindex0. 1.

(both geometric remeshing and residue remeshing)

...

residue

end_initia

...

control_mesh_remeshindex...

control_mesh_remesh_factorindex0.05 0.5

The *residue_factor* can only be larger that 0 if **residue**
is specified in the initialization part.

If this **control_mesh_remesh_factor** record is not specified,
then *geometry_factor* is 1 and **residue_factor** is 0.

Practical tips:

- Lowering the factors will stabilize the remeshing algorithm (this comes handy when elements tend to collapse, etc.).
- Including some geometrical remeshing (by using an
*geometry_factor*unequal 0, say*residue_factor*) stabilizes the remeshing and is almost always needed.