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|3d Delaunay-based anisotropic mesh adaptation and mesh moving.
Produces quasi-uniform meshes with respect to a metric tensor field. Uses local mesh modifications and Delaunay kernel to adapt the initial mesh. Allows to deal with rigid body motion and moving meshes.
C. Dobrzynski (Univ. Bordeaux I), P.F.
|Surface mesh anisotropic adaptation and mesh decimation.
Surface meshes are adapted to the intrinsic properties of the discrete surface to produce quasi-uniform meshes using local mesh modification to adapt the initial triangulation. It can be used to produce anisotropic triangulations adapted to levelset simulations.
A technical report describes its main features.
|Library for mesh management.
Provides a set of useful commands to read/write mesh files using the mesh data structure.
Loic Marechal (Inria)
|Linear elasticity solver.
Solver based on Lagrange P1 and P2 finite elements for two and three dimensional domains.
M. DeBuhan (UPMC), P.F.
|Stokes solver for viscous flows.
Solver based on Lagrange P1 finite elements for two dimensional domains. Especially designed to handle Stokes equations for the incompressible flow between two immiscible fluids presenting a large viscosity ratio.
C. Bui (UPMC), B. Maury (Univ. Orsay), P.F.
|Advection equation solver.
Solver based on Lagrange P1 finite elements and the method of characteristics to efficiently solve the advection equation.
C. Bui (UPMC), P.F.
|Library for sparse matrix management.
Provide a set of routines to handle Compressed Sparse Row matrices as well as (precond.) Conjugate Gradient and GMRES tools.
|Interpolate solution(s) between two meshes in 2d and 3d.
Efficient transfer (P1 interpolation) of solution(s) between two meshes, useful in the adaptation loop.
|Error estimate for 2d and 3d unstructured meshes.
Compute anisotropic metric based on solution variations (i.e. Hessian-based). One option allows to construct a metric suitable for level set interface capturing.
|medit 3.0||OpenGL-based scientific visualization software.
developped to visualize numerical simulation results on unstructured meshes in two and three dimensions. Scalar, vector and tensor fields can be easily associated and displayed with meshes.