This paper describes a distributed-memory, embarrassingly parallel hexahedral mesh generator, pCAMAL (parallel CUBIT adaptive mesh algorithm library). pCAMAL utilizes the sweeping method following a serial step of geometry decomposition conducted in the CUBIT geometry preparation and mesh generation tool. The utility of pCAMAL in generating large meshes is illustrated, and linear speed-up under load-balanced conditions is demonstrated.
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- Staten, Matthew L.; Shepherd, Jason F.; Ledoux, Franck; Shimada, Kenji: Hexahedral mesh matching: converting non-conforming hexahedral-to-hexahedral interfaces into conforming interfaces (2010)
- Pébay, Philippe P.; Stephenson, Michael B.; Fortier, Leslie A.; Owen, Steven J.; Melander, Darryl J.: pCAMAL: An embarrassingly parallel hexahedral mesh generator (2008)