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Automatic surface repairing, defeaturing and meshing algorithms based on an extended B-rep

Jianjun Chen, Bingwan Cao, Yao Zheng, Lijun Xie, Chenfeng Li Orcid Logo, Zhoufang Xiao

Advances in Engineering Software, Volume: 86, Pages: 55 - 69

Swansea University Author: Chenfeng Li Orcid Logo

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This paper presents an extended surface boundary representation (B-rep), where each topology entity can have dual geometric representations to accommodate various defects (e.g., gaps and overlaps) commonly present in CAD models. Keeping a uniform B-rep and the unsuppressed geometry data enables the...

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ISSN: 0965-9978
Published: 2015
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spelling 2020-08-17T13:22:20.8150752 v2 21424 2015-05-15 Automatic surface repairing, defeaturing and meshing algorithms based on an extended B-rep 82fe170d5ae2c840e538a36209e5a3ac 0000-0003-0441-211X Chenfeng Li Chenfeng Li true false 2015-05-15 CIVL This paper presents an extended surface boundary representation (B-rep), where each topology entity can have dual geometric representations to accommodate various defects (e.g., gaps and overlaps) commonly present in CAD models. Keeping a uniform B-rep and the unsuppressed geometry data enables the use of various existing repairing, defeaturing and meshing algorithms to process CAD models with small gaps and overlaps on surface boundaries. The continuous geometry of the input model remains untouched in the repairing, defeaturing and meshing process, and the output mesh is loyal to this geometry. Such feature is often desirable in numerical simulations that require meshes with high geometry fidelity. Journal Article Advances in Engineering Software 86 55 69 0965-9978 Mesh generation, Repairing, Defeaturing, Boundary representation, Virtual topology, Face clustering 31 12 2015 2015-12-31 10.1016/j.advengsoft.2015.04.004 COLLEGE NANME Civil Engineering COLLEGE CODE CIVL Swansea University 2020-08-17T13:22:20.8150752 2015-05-15T11:12:47.4909056 College of Engineering College level Jianjun Chen 1 Bingwan Cao 2 Yao Zheng 3 Lijun Xie 4 Chenfeng Li 0000-0003-0441-211X 5 Zhoufang Xiao 6
title Automatic surface repairing, defeaturing and meshing algorithms based on an extended B-rep
spellingShingle Automatic surface repairing, defeaturing and meshing algorithms based on an extended B-rep
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title_short Automatic surface repairing, defeaturing and meshing algorithms based on an extended B-rep
title_full Automatic surface repairing, defeaturing and meshing algorithms based on an extended B-rep
title_fullStr Automatic surface repairing, defeaturing and meshing algorithms based on an extended B-rep
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description This paper presents an extended surface boundary representation (B-rep), where each topology entity can have dual geometric representations to accommodate various defects (e.g., gaps and overlaps) commonly present in CAD models. Keeping a uniform B-rep and the unsuppressed geometry data enables the use of various existing repairing, defeaturing and meshing algorithms to process CAD models with small gaps and overlaps on surface boundaries. The continuous geometry of the input model remains untouched in the repairing, defeaturing and meshing process, and the output mesh is loyal to this geometry. Such feature is often desirable in numerical simulations that require meshes with high geometry fidelity.
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