Automatic mesh enhancement by control of aspect ratio

2002-11-02
Egorova, Olga
Sorguç, Arzu
Hagıwara, Ichiro
In this study the aspect ratio is chosen as a characteristic parameter of the mesh structure. Basic statistical theory, Monte Carlo simulation technique and geometrical realization are to be employed. The assumption for the new distribution of aspect ratio and value prediction for each mesh are to be applied in a cycle way. The parameters like expectation and variance are used to determine how much the modification of meshes is necessary in the next step. The equality of sample mean to desirable aspect ratio breaks the cycle. Thus automatic mesh generation with a good aspect ratio is provided. The method is very flexible for further modification with respect to the feature of a given model.

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Citation Formats
O. Egorova, A. Sorguç, and I. Hagıwara, “Automatic mesh enhancement by control of aspect ratio,” Kagoshima, Japonya, 2002, p. 731, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/88225.