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Figures


Figure 3.1: Surface expansion.


Figure 3.2: Parametric tree: a) generalized, b) standard (2D case).


Figure 3.3: Parametric tree construction (2D case).


Figure 3.4: Parametric tree compatibility enforcement.


Figure 3.5: Projection of point to a curve.


Figure 3.6: Templates for a 2D mesh.


Figure 3.7: Derived 2D templates.


Figure 3.8: Templates for a 3D mesh: a) simple, b) symmetrical (without nodes on the plane of symmetry), c) symmetrical (with nodes on the plane of symmetry), d) combined, e) default (general), f) default (with a hexahedron preserved in a corner).


Figure 3.9: Domain decomposition: a) on the model entity level, b) on the model entity parametric tree level (2D case).


Figure 3.10: Parallel computing scheme.


Figure 3.11: Model and mesh of a chair.


Figure 3.12: Model and mesh of a mechanical joint.


Figure 3.13: Model and mesh of a junction of two pipes.


Figure 3.14: Number of nodes vs. time - uniform mesh of a chair.


Figure 3.15: Number of nodes vs. time - uniform mesh of a joint.


Figure 3.16: Number of nodes vs. time - graded mesh of a joint.


Figure 3.17: Number of nodes vs. time - uniform mesh of a junction.


Figure 3.18: Speedup - uniform mesh of a chair (338512 nodes).


Figure 3.19: Speedup - uniform mesh of a chair (1045504 nodes).


Figure 3.20: Speedup - uniform mesh of a joint (162300 nodes).


Figure 3.21: Speedup - uniform mesh of a joint (524979 nodes).


Figure 3.22: Speedup - graded mesh of a joint (165771 nodes).


Figure 3.23: Speedup - graded mesh of a joint (574053 nodes).


Figure 3.24: Speedup - uniform mesh of a junction (152186 nodes).


Figure 3.25: Speedup - uniform mesh of a junction (518929 nodes).



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Daniel Rypl
2005-12-07