Proceedings of the 14th International Meshing Roundtable

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Byron W. Hanks
Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 26, 2005 - Computers - 525 pages
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This volume presents results of the International Meshing Roundtable conference organized by Sandia National Laboratories held in September 2005. The conference is held annually and since its inception eleven years ago has become widely recognized as a major forum for the exchange of ideas in this field. The papers of this proceedings are devoted to mesh generation and adaptation which has applications to finite element simulation as well as to computational geometry and computer graphics. This book introduces theoretical and novel ideas with practical potential as well as technical applications from industrial researchers, bringing together renowned specialists from engineering, computer science and mathematics.

  

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Contents

B 3 Marching Generation of Smooth Structured and Hybrid Meshes Based
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Identifying and Meshing Thin Sections of 3d Curved Domains
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A 4 A Computational Framework for Generating Sizing Function in Assembly
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Session
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Automatic NearBody Domain Decomposition Using the Eikonal
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A Hybrid Meshing Scheme Based on Terrain Feature Identification
129
Session 2
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Session
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FeatureEdge Extraction from a General Polygonal
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Generation of Mesh Variants via Volumetrical Representation
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Session
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Weighted Delaunay Refinement for Polyhedra with Small Angles
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Polygonal Surface Remeshing with Delaunay Refinement
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Session
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Session 5
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Page 501 - This work was supported by the US Department of Energy through the University of California under subcontract B523819, and in part by NSF and DARPA under CARGO grant #0310446.