Proceedings of the 16th International Meshing Roundtable
Brewer, Michael L., Marcum, David (Eds.)
2008, XIV, 604 p.
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Recent results of mesh generation and adaptation which has applications to finite element simulation
Proceedings of the prestigious International Meshing Roundtable conference organized by Sandia National Laboratories
Introducing theoretical and novel ideas with practical potential as well as technical applications from industrial researchers, bringing together renown specialists from engineering, computer science and mathematics (incl. fields medalists)
This volume contains the articles presented at the 16th International Meshing Roundtable (IMR) organized, in part, by Sandia National Laboratories and held in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. in October, 2007. The first IMR was held in 1992, and the conference has been held annually since. Each year the IMR brings together researchers, developers, and application experts, from a variety of disciplines, to present and discuss ideas on mesh generation and related topics. The topics covered by the IMR have applications in numerical analysis, computational geometry, computer graphics, as well as other areas, and the presentations describe novel work ranging from theory to application.
Tetrahedral Meshing 1.- Aggressive Tetrahedral Mesh Improvement.- Three-dimensional Semi-generalized Point Placement Method for Delaunay Mesh Refinement.- SVR: Practical Engineering of a Fast 3D Meshing Algorithm*.- Construction of Sparse Well-spaced Point Sets for Quality Tetrahedralizations.- Optimization and Adaptivity.- Interleaving Delaunay Refinement and Optimization for 2D Triangle Mesh Generation.- A New Meccano Technique for Adaptive 3-D Triangulations.- Well-centered Planar Triangulation – An Iterative Approach.- Generation of Quasi-Optimal Meshes Based on a Posteriori Error Estimates.- Geometry.- An Efficient Geometrical Model for Meshing Applications in Heterogeneous Environments.- A Hole-filling Algorithm Using Non-uniform Rational B-splines.- Removing Small Features with Real CAD Operations.- Automatic Extraction of Quadrilateral Patches from Triangulated Surfaces Using Morse Theory.- Hexahedral Meshing.- An Extension of the Reliable Whisker Weaving Algorithm.- Methods and Applications of Generalized Sheet Insertion for Hexahedral Meshing.- A Selective Approach to Conformal Refinement of Unstructured Hexahedral Finite Element Meshes.- pCAMAL: An Embarrassingly Parallel Hexahedral Mesh Generator*.- Surface Meshing.- An Extension of the Advancing Front Method to Composite Geometry.- A Mesh Morphing Technique For Geometrically Dissimilar Tessellated Surfaces.- Mesh Sizing with Additively Weighted Voronoi Diagrams.- Overlaying Surface Meshes: Extension and Parallelization.- Applications and Three-dimensional Techniques.- Automatic 3D Mesh Generation for a Domain with Multiple Materials.- Mixed-Element Mesh for an Intra-Operative Modeling of the Brain Tumor Extraction.- Geometric Algorithms for 3D Interface Reconstruction.- k-Compatible Tessellations*.- Tetrahedral Meshing 2.- Meshing 3D Domains Bounded by Piecewise Smooth Surfaces*.- Automatic tetrahedral out-of-core meshing.- A Practical Delaunay Meshing Algorithm for a Large Class of Domains*.- Efficient Delaunay Mesh Generation from Sampled Scalar Functions.- Applications and Software.- Parallel Mesh Adaptation for Highly Evolving Geometries with Application to Solid Propellant Rockets.- New Applications of the Verdict Library for Standardized Mesh Verification Pre, Post, and End-to-End Processing.- An Immersive Topology Environment for Meshing.- CUBIT and Seismic Wave Propagation Based Upon the Spectral-Element Method: An Advanced Unstructured Mesher for Complex 3D Geological Media.