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31st computational fluid dynamics
March 20 – 24, 2000; N.P. Weatherill & H. Deconinck
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  • WEATHERILL, N.P.; HASSAN, O.; MORGAN, K. - University of Wales Swansea, UK
    Introduction concepts in mesh generation
    Unstructured grid generation by Delaunay triangulation
    The construction of large unstructured grids by parallel Delaunay grid generation
  • FORMAGGIA, L. - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
    Data structures for unstructured mesh generation
  • FORMAGGIA, L.; PEROTTO, S.  - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
    Error estimation for finite element methods
    Anisotropic error estimation for finite element methods
  • BERZINS, M. - University of Leeds, UK
    An introduction to mesh quality
  • BERZINS, M.1; JIMACK, P.K.1; WALKLEY, M.1; DURBECK, L.J.K.2 - 1University of Leeds, UK; 2University of Utah, USA
    Mesh quality and moving meshes for 2D and 3D unstructured mesh flow solvers
  • GEORGE, P.L. - INRIA, France
    Delaunay triangulation: theoretical aspects, element quality and robustness
    Adaptive isotropic mesh generation with pre-specified element sizes
    Anisotropic Delaunay based mesh generation
  • SCHNEIDERS, R. - MAGMA Gießereitechnologie GmbH, Germany
    Algorithms for quadrilateral and hexahedral mesh generation
  • VANKEIRSBILCK, P. - Elsyca N.V., Belgium
    A STEP based topology and geometry description for grid generation
  • MAJEWSKI, J. - von Karman Institute & Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
    An object oriented implementation for hybrid grid generation

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