Meshing Research Corner

7th International Meshing Roundtable

October 26-28, 1998
Dearborn, Michigan, U.S.A.

Sponsored by
Sandia National Laboratories

gbIMR Proceedings


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gKeynote Address

    Enhancing CAE Effectiveness: The Next Steps
      Marc Halpern,
      Director of Research; Engineering, Manufacturing, and Design
      D. H. Brown Associates, Inc.

gSession 1 - PLENARY I

gSession 2A - Quadrilateral Meshing

    2a1 - Quadrilateral Meshing with Directionality Control through the Packing of Square Cells

    2a2 - Automated Conversion of 2D Triangular Mesh into Quadrilateral Mesh with Directionality Control

    2a3 - A Global Minimization-Based, Automatic Quadrilateral Meshing Algorithm

      Paul Wolfenbarger, Joseph Jung, Clark R. Dohrmann, Walter R. Witkowski, Malcolm J. Panthaki, Walter H. Gerstle
      Abstract | Download Postscript (170 KB)

gSession 2B - Tetrahedral Meshing

    2b1 - Boundary Layer Meshing for Viscous Flows in Complex Domains

    2b2 - Revisiting the Elimination of the Adverse Effects of Small Model Features in Automatically Generated Meshes

    2b3 - Automatic Grid Generation with Almost Regular Delaunay Tetrahedra

fSession 3A - Hybrid Volume Meshing

    3a1 - The "Hex-Tet" Hex-Dominant Meshing Algorithm as Implemented in CUBIT

    3a2 - A Hybrid Mesh Generation Method for Two and Three Dimensional Simulation of Semiconductor Processes and Devices

    3a3 - Adaptive Hybrid Grids for Diverse Industrial Applications

gSession 3B - Adaptive Techniques

    3b1 - Space-Time Meshing for Two-Dimensional Moving Boundary Problems

    3b2 - Simultaneous Refinement and Coarsening: Adaptive Meshing with Moving Boundaries

    3b3 - Fast Adaptive Quadtree Mesh Generation


    1a - Computational Geometry for Mesh Generation

      Marshall Bern
      Xerox, Palo Alto Research Center

    1b - Mesh Quality: A Function of Geometry, Error Estimates or Both?

    2a - A Survey of Unstructured Mesh Generation Technology

    2b - Structured Grid Generation Technology

      Bharat Soni
      Professor, Aerospace Engineering
      NSF Engineering Research Center
      Mississippi State University

gSession 4 - PLENARY II

    4a - Generation of Tetrahedral Finite Element Meshes: Variational Delaunay Approach

    4b - Coupling 1D Beams to 3D Bodies

    4c - The All-Hex Geode-Template for Conforming a Diced Tetrahedral Mesh to any Diced Hexahedral Mesh

gSession 5A - Triangular Meshing

gSession 5B - Hexahedral Meshing

    5b1 - Hexahedral Mesh Generation Using Voronoi Skeletons

    5b2 - Reliable Whisker Weaving via Curve Contraction

    5b3 - Hexahedral Mesh generation by Successive Dual Cycle Elimination

fSession 6A - Surface Meshing

red doptSession 6B - Mesh Quality

    6b1 - Winslow Smoothing on Two-Dimensional Unstructured Meshes

    6b2 - Benchmarks for 3D Unstructured Tetrahedral Mesh Optimization

    6b3 - An Approach to Combined Laplacian and Optimization-Based Smoothing for Triangular, Quadrilateral, and Quad-Dominant Meshes

red dotSession 7A - Novel Meshing Approaches

    7a1 - Genetic Algorithms, Another Tool for Quad Mesh Optimization?

    7a2 - Next-Generation Sweep Tool: A Method for Generating All-Hex Meshes on Two-and-One-Half Dimensional Geometries

    7a3 - The Geode Algorithm: Combining Hex/Tet Plastering, Dicing and Transition Elements for Automatic, All-Hex Mesh Generation

red dotSession 7B - Practical Industrial Experiences

    7b1 - When Mesh Generators Require Enhancements

      G.J. Elbert, D. A. Field, W. H. Frey

    7b2 - CAD Model Quality Holds Key for Analysis

    7b3 - An Object Oriented Approach to Geometry Defeaturing for Finite Element Meshing