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A Two Stage CVT / Eikonal Convection Mesh Deformation Approach for Large Nodal Deformations

@article{Schmidt2014ATS,
  title={A Two Stage CVT / Eikonal Convection Mesh Deformation Approach for Large Nodal Deformations},
  author={Stephan Schmidt},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1411.7663}
}
  • S. Schmidt
  • Published 27 November 2014
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
A two step mesh deformation approach for large nodal deformations, typically arising from non-parametric shape optimization, fluid-structure interaction or computer graphics, is considered. Two major difficulties, collapsed cells and an undesirable parameterization, are overcome by considering a special form of ray tracing paired with a centroid Voronoi reparameterization. The ray direction is computed by solving an Eikonal equation. With respect to the Hadamard form of the shape derivative… 

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