Investigation of Three-Dimensional Mesh Generation with Precise Controls.
Interim scientific rept. 31 Oct 83-30 Sep 84,
COLUMBIA UNIV NEW YORK DEPT OF APPLIED PHYSICS AND NUCLEAR ENGINEERING
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During this period, the development of algebraic and adaptive grid techniques were continued and brought into a more refined state. Included were the topics of multisurface transformations together with Boolean operations, pointwise distributions on curves, two-dimensional surface grids embedded in three-dimensions, three-dimensional volume grids and the adaptive strategies of mean value relaxation, alternating direction, and center of mass relaxation for triangular meshes. Of paramount importance in the various adaptive strategies was the utilization of weighting functions, which was studied and still requires further development. Author
- Statistics and Probability