L. Spradley, R. Lohner, T. Chung
One of the most time-consuming tasks in performing any discrete analysis the construction of a suitable mesh to represent the computational domain. Mesh generation today remains one of the pacing items in computational mechanics and consumes too many work hours and too many computers resources. This critical need for more progress in three-dimensional resources. This critical need for more progress in three-dimensional mesh generation certainly requires efficient geometry definition systems and advances in meshing methods. However, another major factor toward this progress is efficient methodology and computer software for automation of the meshing process. It is precisely this aspect of meshing that’s is the focus of this Note.
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Published on 01/01/1998
DOI: 10.2514/2.7546Licence: CC BY-NC-SA license
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