A Dual Element Based Geometric Element Transformation Method for All-Hexahedral Mesh Smoothing

@inproceedings{Vartziotis2010ADE,
  title={A Dual Element Based Geometric Element Transformation Method for All-Hexahedral Mesh Smoothing},
  author={Dimitris Vartziotis and Joachim Wipper},
  year={2010}
}
Due to their increased complexity hexahedral elements are more challenging with respect to mesh generation and mesh improvement techniques than tetrahedral elements. In particular, there is a lack of geometry-based allhexahedral smoothing methods for mesh quality improvement being easy to implement, practicable, and efficient. The recently introduced geometric element transformation method represents a new promising element oriented smoothing concept to resolve this deficiency. By giving a dual… CONTINUE READING
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