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This volume contains the articles presented at the 18th International Meshing Roundtable (IMR) organized, in part, by Sandia National Laboratories and held October 25-28, 2009 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. The volume presents recent results of mesh generation and adaptation which has applications to finite element simulation. It introduces theoretical and novel ideas with practical potential.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642043185
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 10/21/2009
  • Edition description: 2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 654
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Session 1A: Surface Meshing.- Size Function Smoothing Using an Element Area Gradient.- Removing Self Intersections of a Triangular Mesh by Edge Swapping, Edge Hammering, and Face Lifting.- Conformal Refinement of Unstructured Quadrilateral Meshes.- Guaranteed-Quality All-Quadrilateral Mesh Generation with Feature Preservation.- Session 1B: Hexahedral Meshing.- Advances in Octree-Based All-Hexahedral Mesh Generation: Handling Sharp Features.- Conforming Hexahedral Mesh Generation via Geometric Capture Methods.- Efficient Hexahedral Mesh Generation for Complex Geometries Using an Improved Set of Refinement Templates.- Embedding Features in a Cartesian Grid.- Session 2A: Optimization.- Label-Invariant Mesh Quality Metrics.- Perturbing Slivers in 3D Delaunay Meshes.- Mesh Smoothing Algorithms for Complex Geometric Domains.- A Novel Method for Surface Mesh Smoothing: Applications in Biomedical Modeling.- Quality Improvement of Non-manifold Hexahedral Meshes for Critical Feature Determination of Microstructure Materials.- Session 2B: Geometry.- Automatic CAD Models Comparison and Re-meshing in the Context of Mechanical Design Optimization.- Distance Solutions for Medial Axis Transform.- Automatic Non-manifold Topology Recovery and Geometry Noise Removal.- A New Procedure to Compute Imprints in Multi-sweeping Algorithms.- Defeaturing CAD Models Using a Geometry-Based Size Field and Facet-Based Reduction Operators.- Session 3A: Parallel & Hybrid.- Towards Exascale Parallel Delaunay Mesh Generation.- On the Use of Space Filling Curves for Parallel Anisotropic Mesh Adaptation.- Mesh Insertion of Hybrid Meshes.- Tensor-Guided Hex-Dominant Mesh Generation with Targeted All-Hex Regions.- Session 3B: Applications.- Using Parameterization and Springs to Determine Aneurysm Wall Thickness.- Hybrid Mesh Generation for Reservoir Flow Simulation in CPG Grids.- VECTIS Mesher – A 3D Cartesian Approach Employing Marching Cubes.- Shape Operator Metric for Surface Normal Approximation.- Session 4: Tetrahedral Meshing.- The Meccano Method for Automatic Tetrahedral Mesh Generation of Complex Genus-Zero Solids.- Collars and Intestines: Practical Conforming Delaunay Refinement.- An Analysis of Shewchuk’s Delaunay Refinement Algorithm.- Hexagonal Delaunay Triangulation.- Tetrahedral Mesh Improvement Using Multi-face Retriangulation.- Session 5: Adaptivity.- Automatic All Quadrilateral Mesh Adaption through Refinement and Coarsening.- Optimal 3D Highly Anisotropic Mesh Adaptation Based on the Continuous Mesh Framework.- Anisotropic Mesh Adaptation for Solution of Finite Element Problems Using Hierarchical Edge-Based Error Estimates.- On 3D Anisotropic Local Remeshing for Surface, Volume and Boundary Layers.- A Comparison of Gradient- and Hessian-Based Optimization Methods for Tetrahedral Mesh Quality Improvement.

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