Meshing Research Corner

11th International Meshing Roundtable

September 15-18 2002
Ithaca, New York, USA

Sponsored by
Sandia National Laboratories
Cornell University

 

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Session Information

Session 1A – Mesh Quality/Smoothing/Optimization Session 2B – Triangular/Tetrahedral Meshing
Session 1B - Applications Session 3A – Adaptivity
Plenary Session Session 3B – Geometry/Data Structures
Invited Speakers Session 4 – Surface Meshing
Session 2A – Quadrilateral/Hexahedral Meshing Session 5 – Hybrid Meshing

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Journal Special Edition
Engineering With Computers, Volume 20, No. 2., July 2004


Welcome Address

    Robert C. Richardson
    Vice Provost for Research at Cornell

Keynote Address

Dr. Anthony R. Ingraffea
Cornell University

Session 1A – Mesh Quality/Smoothing/Optimization

    1a.1 Polyhedral Mesh Optimization Using the Interpolation Tensor
    1a.2 A Comparison Of Optimization Software For Mesh Shape-Quality Improvement Problems
      Lori Freitag, Patrick Knupp, Todd Munson, and Suzanne Shontz
      Argonne National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories and Cornell University
      Abstract | Download PDF (569 KB)
    1a.3 Optimization of Surface Mesh Quality Using Local Parametrization
      Rao V. Garimella, Mikhail J. Shashkov, Patrick M. Knupp
      Los Alamos National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories
      Abstract | Download PDF (4429 KB)
    1a.4 Planar Quadrangle Quality Measures: Is There Really A Choice ?

Session 1B - Applications

    1b.1 Background Overlay Grid Size Functions
    1b.2 Fully Incremental 3D Delaunay Refinement Mesh Generation
      Gary L. Miller ., Steven E. Pav, Noel J. Walkington
      Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA. USA
      Abstract | Download PDF (340 KB)
    1b.3 Unstructured Mesh Generation for the Western North Atlantic Tidal Model Domain
      Scott C. Hagen, D. Michael Parrish
      University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL., U.S.A.
      Abstract | Download PDF (1963 KB)
    1b.4 Generating High Quality Meshes for Interactive Examination of Surface Quality on Car Bodies
      G. Sußner, G. Greiner and R. Grosso
      University of Erlangen, Germany
      Abstract | Download PDF (333 KB)

Plenary Session

    1a Element Quality and Tetrahedral Meshes
    1b What is a Good Linear Element? Interpolation, Conditioning, and Quality Measures
      Jonathan Richard Shewchuk
      University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
      Abstract | Download PDF (237 KB)
    1c ETREE - A Database-Oriented Method for Generating Large Octree Meshes
      Tiankai Tu, David R. O’Hallaron and Julio C. Lopez
      Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A.
      Abstract | Download PDF (209 KB)

Invited Speakers

    Irregular to Completely Regular Meshing in Computer Graphics
    Unstructured Mesh Related Issues in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Based Analysis and Design

Session 2A – Quadrilateral/Hexahedral Meshing

    Hexahedral Sheet Extraction
      Michael J. Borden, Steven E. Benzley, Jason F. Shepherd
      Brigham Young University and Sandia National Laboratories
      Abstract | Download PDF (113 KB)
    Sculpting: An Improved Inside-Out Scheme for All-Hexahedral Meshing
      Kirk S.Walton, Steven E. Benzley, Jason Shepherd
      Brigham Young University and Sandia National Laboratories
      Abstract | Download PDF (806 KB)
    A 2.75 D Finite Element Model of 3D Fracture Network Systems
      Sylvia Moenickes, Takeo Taniguchi, Rene Kaiser, Werner Zielke
      Universitat Hannover, Hannover, Germany and Okayama University, Okayama, Japan
      Abstract | Download PDF (5393 KB)
    Hex-Layer: Layered All-Hex Mesh Generation on Thin Section Solids via Chordal Surface Transformation
      W.R. Quadros and Kenji Shimada
      Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA. U.S.A.
      Abstract | Download PDF (676 KB)

Session 2B – Triangular/Tetrahedral Meshing

    High Quality Compatible Triangulations
      Vitaly Surazhsky and Craig Gotsman
      Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel
      Abstract | Download PDF (339 KB)
    Constrained Delaunay Tetrahedralizations and Provably Good Boundary Recovery
      Jonathan Richard Shewchuk
      University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
      Abstract | Download PDF (158 KB)
    Parallel Delaunay Refinement: Algorithms And Analyses
      Daniel A. Spielman, Shang-Hua Teng, Alper Ungor
      Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston University and Duke University
      Abstract | Download PDF (158 KB)
    Conforming Orthogonal Meshes
      Sophie Balaven, Chakib Bennis, Jean Daniel Boissonnat and Mariette Yvinec
      Institut Francais du Petrole and INRIA, France
      Abstract | Download PDF (247 KB)

Session 3A – Adaptivity

    Conformal Refinement of All-Quadrilateral and All-Hexahedral Meshes According to an Anisotropic Metric
      Ko-Foa Tchon, Julien Dompierre and Ricardo Camarero
      Centre de recherche en calcul appliqué (CERCA), Montréal, QC, Canada
      Abstract | Download PDF (5380 KB)
    Adaptive Meshing for Cloth Animation
      Julien Villard and Houman Borouchaki
      IFTH and UTT-LASMIS, Troyes, Aube, France
      Abstract | Download PDF (5539 KB)
    Volume Mesh Adaptation With a Meshfree Surface Model
      A. Rassineux, P. Breitkopf, C. Chappuis, P. Villon
      Université de Technologie de Compiègne, Compiègne Cedex, France
      Abstract | Download PDF (446 KB)
    Transient Mesh Adaptation Using Conforming and Non Conforming Mesh Modifications
      Jean-Francois Remacle, Xiangrong Li, Nicolas Chevaugeon and Mark S. Shephard
      Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, USA.
      Abstract | Download PDF (446 KB)

Session 3B – Geometry/Data Structures

    A Concise Representation of Geometry Suitable for Mesh Generation
      L. Paul Chew, Stephen Vavasis, S. Gopalsamy, TzuYi Yu and Bharat Soni
      Cornell University, University of Alabama at Birmingham and National Chi-Nan University
      Abstract | Download PDF (118 KB)
    Improved Imprint and Merge for Conformal Meshing
      David R. White and Sunil Saigal
      Sandia National Labs and Carnegie Mellon University
      Abstract | Download PDF (174 KB)
    Facet-Based Surfaces for 3D Mesh Generation
      Steven J. Owen, David R. White and Timothy J. Tautges
      Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM. U.S.A
      Abstract | Download PDF (256 KB)
    Overlay Grid Based Geometry Cleanup
      Jiangtao Hu, Y. K. Lee, Ted Blacker and Jin Zhu
      Fluent Inc, Evanston, Illinois, U.S.A
      Abstract | Download PDF (606 KB)

Session 4 – Surface Meshing

    An Anisotropic Mesh Parameterization Scheme
    Mesh Generation on High-Curvature Surfaces Based on a Background Quadtree Structure
      Antonio C. O. Miranda, Luiz F. Martha
      Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), Brazil
      Abstract | Download PDF (1461 KB)
    p-Version Mesh Generation Issues
      Xiao-Juan Luo, Mark S. Shephard, Jean-Francois Remacle, Robert M. OBara, Mark W. Beall, Barna Szabo and Ricardo Actis
      Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY. U.S.A.
      Abstract | Download PDF (1708 KB)
    Multiple Intersections of Finite-Element Surface Meshes
      William M. Lira, Luiz C. G. Coelho, Luiz F. Martha
      Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), Brazil
      Abstract | Download PDF (2055 KB)

Session 5 – Hybrid Meshing

    Unstructured Mesh Generation For Viscous Flow Computations
    A Hybrid, Variational 3D Smoother For Orphaned Shell Meshes
    Building Space-Time Meshes Over Arbitrary Spatial Domains
      Jeff Erickson, Damrong Guoy, John M. Sullivan and Alper Ungor
      Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL. U.S.A.
      Abstract | Download PDF (1018 KB)