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  MESH2D - Automatic 2D Mesh Generationhttp://people.sc.fsu.edu/~jburkardt/m_src/mesh2d/mesh2d.html[21/04/2014 09:34:24] MESH2D Automatic 2D Mesh Generation MESH2D  is a MATLAB program which generates unstructured meshes in 2D, by Darren Engwirda.The code is relatively simple, flexible and powerful. The user is able to define a variety of geometric shapes, and desired mesh densities. MESH2D  is most useful because it allows a user to specify a shape or region, which the program will then fill with a triangular mesh. The density of thetriangular mesh can be uniform, or the user can request that smaller triangles be used near certain features of the region. The program relies heavily on thefeatures of the Delaunay triangulation, which chooses, among all possible triangulations of a set of points, that triangulation which best avoids small angles.Interested users should refer to the copy of MESH2D  that is made available through the MATLAB Central File Exchange. This copy is essentially my personal working copy, to which I may have added comments, small coding changes, and extra tests and examples. Note that the MESH2D function mytsearch() was srcinally written to call MATLAB's tsearch() function. The tsearch() function has since been removed from MATLAB. One alternative is a file called tsearch_mex.c, which searches a triangulation to determine which triangle contains each point. It does notrequire that the triangulation be Delaunay. To use this function with MATLAB, you need to apply MATLAB's MEX compiler...if you have never used theMEX compiler before, you may have some difficulty, since you need to determine that you have the MEX compiler, that you have a C or C++ compiler onyour system, that MEX knows where these compilers are, and that you know how to invoke MEX to compile the function. That should be something like  mex tsearch_mex.c  (The second time you do something like this is, of course, a hundred times easier and only half as mysterious!)A second alternative is to replace the call to tsearch() by a call to MATLAB's replacement function DelaunayTri; however, a simple substitution of one callfor the other does not quite work. There is, apparently, some feature of tsearch() that is not available in DelaunayTri(). In particular, it may be that tsearch()did not require the triangulation to be Delaunay...A third alternative is to replace the call to tsearch(x,y,t,px,py) by a call to tsearchn([x y], t, [px py] ), which seems to work. Usage: [  p, t   ] = mesh2d  ( vertices, edge, hdata, options  );where: vertices , required input, a V by 2 list of (X,Y) coordinates of vertices of the boundary. If vertices  is the only input argument, then it must be the casethat the vertices are listed consecutively. Otherwise, assuming edge  is supplied, the vertices can be given in any order.  MESH2D - Automatic 2D Mesh Generationhttp://people.sc.fsu.edu/~jburkardt/m_src/mesh2d/mesh2d.html[21/04/2014 09:34:24] edge , optional input, a V by 2 list of pairs of indices in the vertices  array that constitute the edges of the polygonal boundary. If vertices  is actuallyalready in order, then edge , if specified, would contain the values [1,2; 2,3; 3,4; ... ; V,1]. hdata , optional input, a structure containing element size information (see below). options , optional input that allows the user to modify the default behavior of the solver (see below).  p , (output), an N by 2 list of node coordinates. The number of nodes generated, N, is determined in part by the size of the edges along the boundary,and by other user input such as the maximum element size, and the user size function, if supplied. t  , (output), an M by 3 list of node indices, forming counterclockwise triangles. The number of triangles created depends on the number of nodescreated. hdata , the element size information. This structure, if supplied, can include the following information: hdata . hmax , the maximum allowable global element size. hdata . edgeh , an array of element sizes on specified geometry edges, where e1  is an index into the edge  array. The edgeh  component would have theform [e1,h1; e2,h2; ...], where the user has specified a certain number of sizes. hdata . fun , the name of a function preceded by an AT sign, which is the user-defined size function. fun  must have the formh = fun ( x, y, args{} )where  x  and  y  are vectors of point coordinates, and args  is an optional addition set of input set in hdata . args . The function returns the user-desired elementsize at the given points. hdata . args  = {arg1, arg2, ...} contains additional arguments, if any, for hdata . fun . options  allows the user to modify the default behavior of the solver. This structure, if supplied, can include the following information: options . mlim  is the convergence tolerance. The maximum relative change in edge length per iteration must be less than this value, which defaults to0.02. options . maxit , the maximum allowable number of iterations, which defaults to 20. options . dhmax , the maximum allowable (relative) gradient in the size function, which defaults to 0.3. options . output , a logical variable which displays the mesh and the mesh statistics upon completion, and defaults to TRUE , that is, 1. Licensing: Copyright (c) 2009, Darren EngwirdaAll rights reserved.Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. * Redistributions in binary formmust reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution  THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS AS IS   MESH2D - Automatic 2D Mesh Generationhttp://people.sc.fsu.edu/~jburkardt/m_src/mesh2d/mesh2d.html[21/04/2014 09:34:24] AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.  Languages: MESH2D  is available in a MATLAB version. Related Data and Programs: DISTMESH, a MATLAB library which carries out triangular or tetrahedral mesh generation, by Per-Olof Persson and Gilbert Strang.MESH2D_HAND   , a MATLAB program which reads in a set of 59 points which outline a human hand, and calls MESH2D, which is able to create a finetriangular mesh of the region outlined by the points.MESH2D_WRITE, a MATLAB program which demonstrates how node and element data from MESH2D can be written to files.TEST_TRIANGULATION   , a MATLAB library which defines some test regions for triangulation.TRIANGLE, a C program which computes a triangulation of a geometric region, by Jonathan Shewchuk.TRIANGULATION, a MATLAB library which performs various operations on order 3 ( linear ) or order 6 ( quadratic ) triangulations.TSEARCH, a MATLAB library which compares several replacements for MATLAB's obsolete tsearch() function, which searched a Delaunay triangulationto find the triangle that encloses a given point. Author: Darren Engwirda Source Code: centroid_mesh.m returns the centroids of the triangles that make up a mesh.checkgeometry.m checks a geometry input for MESH2D.circumcircle.m computes the center and radius of the circumcircle of a triangle.connectivity.m assembles connectivity data for a triangular mesh, including the unique mesh edges, the triangle neighbors, and the boundary edges.  MESH2D - Automatic 2D Mesh Generationhttp://people.sc.fsu.edu/~jburkardt/m_src/mesh2d/mesh2d.html[21/04/2014 09:34:24] dist2poly.m finds the distance between a point and a polygon.findedge.m locates the edges that contain a sequence of points.fixmesh.m checks a triangular mesh for consistency.inpoly.m determines whether a point is inside a polygon.mesh2d.m generates a triangular mesh for a polygon, which can include cavities.meshfaces.m generates a triangular mesh for a polygonal region which can include cavities.meshpoly.m used by MESH2D or MESHFACES to mesh a region.mydelaunayn.m computes the Delaunay triangulation of a set of points.mytsearch.m finds a triangle which encloses a set of points in the plane.quadtree.m decomposes a polygonal region using a quadtree.quality.m determines the quality of a triangle.refine.m refines a triangular mesh.smoothmesh.m uses Laplacian smoothing on a triangular mesh.tinterp.m carries out linear interpolation at points within a triangle, given function values at the vertices.triarea.m computes the area of one or more triangles, assuming their vertices are given in counterclockwise order.tsearch_mex.c   , which carries out a search of the triangulation; Matlab's tsearch() function already does this, but is a) officially obsolete, resulting inlots of warnings; b) requires that the triangulation be Delaunay. In mytsearch() , replace the call to tsearch() by a call to tsearch_mex() . To usethis file, it must be compiled within MATLAB (once) using a command like  mex tsearch_mex.c  Examples and Tests: facedemo.m demonstrates two example polygonal geometries for input to MESHFACES.mesh_collection.m contains a collection of meshing examples.meshdemo.m demonstrates the use of MESH2D. AIRFOIL_DEMO  draws a mesh around the outside of an airfoil. The mesh uses 621 nodes and 1015 elements.airfoil_demo.m the source code.airfoil.txt the coordinates of 102 points that trace out the shape of the airfoil, in clockwise direction.airfoil_elements.png an image of the elements.airfoil_nodes.png an image of the nodes.airfoil_vertices.png an image of the vertices. BAFFLE_DEMO  considers a rectangular region containing 13 hexagonal baffles or obstacles. The mesh uses 512 nodes and 874 elements. baffle_demo.m the source code. baffle_elements.png the elements created when we set a maximum element size of 0.5. baffle_nodes.png the nodes created when we set a maximum element size of 0.5. baffle_vertices.png the vertices that define the region and the obstacles.
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