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Does anyone know the fortran code for projecting a grid (cartesian or not) onto a surface?

Thnx

Thnx

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Does anyone know the fortran code for projecting a grid (cartesian or not) onto a surface?

Thnx

Thnx

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huh?....do you mean to make your own grid of a finite mesh?

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yes, so that I can project a triangle mesh on to it.

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quad mesh is easier..but i don't have it in fortan.

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PerennialII said:

yeah, that'd be great.

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laminatedevildoll said:yeah, that'd be great.

Ok, I'll look something up.

neurocomp2003 said:

yeah, it's actually pretty simple and when not making it as general as possible even more so. One way many routines approach it is element splitting, first make quads and split them to tris while preserving/fulfilling geometry etc. restraints (to simplify it further that is).

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You can find a number of mesh/grid generators from :

http://www-users.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/%7Eroberts/software.html [Broken]

http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/user/sowen/mesh.html [Broken]

... for example the Geompack is written in Fortran, source is available and supports triangle meshes :

http://members.allstream.net/~bjoe/

If you don't necessary need it in Fortran there are packages written to Matlab and so, which may be a bit more straightforward.

http://www-users.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/%7Eroberts/software.html [Broken]

http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/user/sowen/mesh.html [Broken]

... for example the Geompack is written in Fortran, source is available and supports triangle meshes :

http://members.allstream.net/~bjoe/

If you don't necessary need it in Fortran there are packages written to Matlab and so, which may be a bit more straightforward.

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does fortran now have a 3D display or do you have to convert still to matlab or c?

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Thank you so much!

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