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- Mesh Generation and Optimal Triangulation
- Delaunay triangulation
- Mesh Generation and Optimal Triangulation
- Triangle: Engineering a 2D quality mesh generator and Delaunay triangulator

*In mathematics and computational geometry , a Delaunay triangulation also known as a Delone triangulation for a given set P of discrete points in a plane is a triangulation DT P such that no point in P is inside the circumcircle of any triangle in DT P. Delaunay triangulations maximize the minimum angle of all the angles of the triangles in the triangulation; they tend to avoid sliver triangles. The triangulation is named after Boris Delaunay for his work on this topic from *

Our book is a thorough guide to Delaunay refinement algorithms that are mathematically guaranteed to generate meshes with high quality, including triangular meshes in the plane, tetrahedral volume meshes, and triangular surface meshes embedded in three dimensions. It is also the most complete guide available to Delaunay triangulations and algorithms for constructing them. We have designed the book for two audiences: researchers, especially graduate students, and engineers who design and program mesh generation software.

Exercises are included; so is implementation advice. Delaunay refinement algorithms operate by maintaining a Delaunay or constrained Delaunay triangulation which is refined by inserting additional vertices until the mesh meets constraints on element quality and size.

These algorithms offer theoretical bounds on element quality, edge lengths, and spatial grading of element sizes; topological and geometric fidelity to complicated domains, including curved domains with internal boundaries; and truly satisfying performance in practice. The first third of the book lays out the mathematical underpinnings of Delaunay triangulations and the most practical algorithms for constructing them. The second third of the book describes Delaunay refinement algorithms for domains expressed as piecewise linear complexes , which model polygons and polyhedra but also support internal boundaries.

The final third of the book describes Delaunay refinement algorithms for curved domains—specifically, smooth surfaces, volumes bounded by smooth surfaces, and piecewise smooth domains that have curved ridges and patches and are represented by piecewise smooth complexes.

The book has fifteen chapters, summarized below. Siu-Wing Cheng. Tamal Krishna Dey. Jonathan Richard Shewchuk.

Triangle is a robust implementation of two-dimensional constrained Delaunay triangulation and Ruppert's Delaunay refinement algorithm for quality mesh generation. Several implementation issues are discussed, including the choice of triangulation algorithms and data structures, the effect of several variants of the Delaunay refinement algorithm on mesh quality, and the use of adaptive exact arithmetic to ensure robustness with minimal sacrifice of speed. The problem of triangulating a planar straight line graph PSLG without introducing new small angles is shown to be impossible for some PSLGs, contradicting the claim that a variant of the Delaunay refinement algorithm solves this problem. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Bern and D. Bern , D. Eppstein Published We survey the computational geometry relevant to nite element mesh generation.

optimal triangulations (Section ); and mesh generation (Section ). no four points in S are cocircular, the Delaunay subdivision is a triangulation of S.

A computational methodology for automatic two-dimensional anisotropic mesh generation and adaptation. Paulo Roberto M. Lyra I ; Darlan Karlo E. Brazil II dkarlo uol. This paper describes a versatile computational program for automatic two-dimensional mesh generation and remeshing adaptation of triangular, quadrilateral and mixed meshes.

Meshing quality of the discrete model influences the accuracy, convergence, and efficiency of the solution for fractured network system in geological problem. However, modeling and meshing of such a fractured network system are usually tedious and difficult due to geometric complexity of the computational domain induced by existence and extension of fractures. The traditional meshing method to deal with fractures usually involves boundary recovery operation based on topological transformation, which relies on many complicated techniques and skills. This paper presents an alternative and efficient approach for meshing fractured network system. The method firstly presets points on fractures and then performs Delaunay triangulation to obtain preliminary mesh by point-by-point centroid insertion algorithm.

We survey the computational geometry relevant to finite element mesh generation. We especially focus on optimal triangulations of geometric domains in two- and three-dimensions. An optimal triangulation is a partition of the domain into triangles or tetrahedra, that is best according to some criterion that measures the size, shape, or number of triangles. We discuss algorithms both for the optimization of triangulations on a fixed set of vertices and for the placement of new vertices Steiner points. We briefly survey the heuristic algorithms used in some practical mesh generators. Documents: Advanced Search Include Citations.

Our book is a thorough guide to Delaunay refinement algorithms that are mathematically guaranteed to generate meshes with high quality, including triangular meshes in the plane, tetrahedral volume meshes, and triangular surface meshes embedded in three dimensions. It is also the most complete guide available to Delaunay triangulations and algorithms for constructing them. We have designed the book for two audiences: researchers, especially graduate students, and engineers who design and program mesh generation software. Exercises are included; so is implementation advice. Delaunay refinement algorithms operate by maintaining a Delaunay or constrained Delaunay triangulation which is refined by inserting additional vertices until the mesh meets constraints on element quality and size. These algorithms offer theoretical bounds on element quality, edge lengths, and spatial grading of element sizes; topological and geometric fidelity to complicated domains, including curved domains with internal boundaries; and truly satisfying performance in practice. The first third of the book lays out the mathematical underpinnings of Delaunay triangulations and the most practical algorithms for constructing them.

Proceedings of the 21st International Meshing Roundtable pp Cite as. Mesh generation and refinement are widely used in applications that require a decomposition of geometric objects for processing. Longest edge refinement algorithms seek to obtain a better decomposition over selected regions of the mesh by the division of its elements.

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