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Figures


Figure 1: Discretization of curve.


Figure 2: Location of the ``ideal'' point to form new triangle.


Figure 3: Correction of ``ideal'' point due to the surface curvature.


Figure 4: Correction of size of ``ideal'' element due to the mesh size gradation.


Figure 5: Selection of point .


Figure 6: Location of the ``ideal'' point to form new tetrahedron.


Figure 7: Topological transformations: a) 3 to 2, b) 4 to 4.


Figure 8: Shaded mesh of junction of two pipes.


Figure 9: Time vs. number of elements.


Figure 10: Quadtree: a) generalized, b) standard.


Figure 11: Parametric tree construction.


Figure 12: Templates for 2D mesh.


Figure 13: Derived 2D templates.


Figure 14: Templates for 3D mesh: a) simple, b) symmetric (without nodes on plane of symmetry), c) symmetric (with nodes on plane of symmetry), d) combined, e) default.


Figure 15: Parallel computing scheme.


Figure 16: Shaded mesh of junction of two pipes.


Figure 17: Speedup vs. number of CPUs.



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Daniel Rypl
2005-12-03