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Repairing Polygonal Meshes for Volume Meshing

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Repairing Polygonal Meshes for Volume Meshing
- In this paper a systematic approach of repairing polygonal meshes is developed for volume meshing, which can then be used in finite element analyses. All poor-quality elements are classified into three general categories: point element, line element, and overlapped element. A robust iterative scheme is proposed to remove all poor-quality elements progressively, leading to a successful volume meshing for finite element analyses. Our method is general, robust, and capable of handling non-manifold surface meshes as long as the input mesh is watertight, which is the basic requirement for volume meshing. Numerical experiments demonstrate the effectiveness of our approach.
Jie Shen, David Yoon, Yuqing Song, Huahao Shou, Sh
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where CGVR
Authors Jie Shen, David Yoon, Yuqing Song, Huahao Shou, ShengDong Liu
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