A Computational Database System for Generatinn Unstructured Hexahedral Meshes with Billions of Elements

@article{Tu2004ACD,
  title={A Computational Database System for Generatinn Unstructured Hexahedral Meshes with Billions of Elements},
  author={Tiankai Tu and David R. O'Hallaron},
  journal={Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE SC2004 Conference},
  year={2004},
  pages={25-25}
}
For a large class of physical simulations with relatively simple geometries, unstructured octree-based hexahedral meshes provide a good compromise between adaptivity and simplicity. However, generating unstructured hexahedral meshes with over 1 billion elements remains a challenging task. We propose a database approach to solve this problem. Instead of merely storing generated meshes into conventional databases, we have developed a new kind of software system called Computational Database… CONTINUE READING
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