ANGENER is a fortran source package able to generate triangulations, which can be used for different numerical methods, for example finite volume method, finite element method, etc. It performs two main tasks: 1) It generates a uniform triangulation (formed by equal equilateral triangles) with prescribed number of elements. 2) If a solution of a given problem reached on a given triangulation is available, then ANGENER creates an anisotropic triangulation, where better solution can be reached. The algorithm is base on the Anisotropic Mesh Adaptation (AMA) algorithm. Some examples of use of ANGENER can be viewed at examples.
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- Dolejší, Vít: Anisotropic $hp$-adaptive method based on interpolation error estimates in the $L^q$-norm (2014)
- Dolejší, V.; Holík, M.; Hozman, J.: Efficient solution strategy for the semi-implicit discontinuous Galerkin discretization of the Navier-Stokes equations (2011)
- Ivanov, Mikhail S.; Bonfiglioli, Aldo; Paciorri, Renato; Sabetta, Filippo: Computation of weak steady shock reflections by means of an unstructured shock-fitting solver (2010)