Using Microcomputers for the Interactive Generating of Spatial Meshes and Results Evaluation
Reported is about useful features to facilitate the otherwise tedious task of generating meshes for finite element analysis. Combined herewith is the necessity of effective computer graphics. Microcomputers working with an interpreter language offer with their interactivity possibilities a superior quality in this respect, which is also valid what the postprocessing concerns. The graphics features appropriate for the results interpretation are described, too.
KeywordsColour Picture Wire Frame Automatic Mesh Gene Hide Surface Rigidity Analysis
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