Automatic Mesh Generation: Application to Finite Element Methods

@inproceedings{George1992AutomaticMG,
  title={Automatic Mesh Generation: Application to Finite Element Methods},
  author={Paul-Louis George},
  year={1992}
}
This textbook concentrates on mesh generation, an essential prerequisite for the numerical analysis of engineering problems, through the use of computational geometry. The author provides a detailed survey of existing methods and highlights the increasing need for automatic techniques. Traditional structured grids are considered alongside the unstructured meshes of triangles and tetrahedra. The text contains information on the algorithms for the creation of two-and three-dimensional cases, and… CONTINUE READING

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