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FEATool 1.8 - OpenFOAM MATLAB CFD Solver and GUI Interface

FEATool 1.8 with OpenFOAM CFD Solver Interface

FEATool 1.8 with OpenFOAM CFD Solver Interface

FEATool 1.8 - OpenFOAM MATLAB CFD Solver and GUI Interface

FEATool Multiphysics 1.8 The FEATool Multiphysics PDE and FEM Simulation Toolbox version 1.8 is now available for MATLAB and GNU Octave, featuring the following improvements and new additions. OpenFOAM® CFD Solver Integration In addition to being a fully integrated FEA multiphysics toolbox, and interfacing with the …

Comparison of the DistMesh, Gmsh, and Triangle Mesh Generators in Matlab

Comparison of the DistMesh, Gmsh, and Triangle Mesh Generators

Comparison of the DistMesh, Gmsh, and Triangle Mesh Generators

Comparison of the DistMesh, Gmsh, and Triangle Mesh Generators in Matlab

Having implemented and fully integrated a uniform Matlab and Octave mesh generation framework with FEATool Multiphysics, it is now both very easy and convenient to directly compare mesh generation codes and algorithms with each other. In the following post the DistMesh, Gmsh, and Triangle open source mesh generators …

FEATool Multiphysics - Topology Optimization in Matlab and Octave

FEATool Topology Optimization Modeling Example

FEATool Topology Optimization Modeling Example

FEATool Multiphysics - Topology Optimization in Matlab and Octave

This is an advanced model example showing how topology optimization can be implemented and modeled with FEATool. The model has been developed and kindly shared to us by Prof. Shintaro Yamasaki at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Osaka University [1]. In contrast to standard simulations where the domain and …

FEATool Multiphysics - Mixed Robin FEM Boundary Conditions

Using Mixed Robin Boundary Conditions in FEATool

Using Mixed Robin Boundary Conditions in FEATool

FEATool Multiphysics - Mixed Robin FEM Boundary Conditions

Robin boundary conditions or mixed Dirichlet (prescribed value) and Neumann (flux) conditions are a third type of boundary condition that for example can be used to implement convective heat transfer and electromagnetic impedance boundary conditions. In the following it will be discussed how mixed Robin conditions are …

FEATool Multiphysics - Matlab Finite Element FEM Toolbox - 1.7.1 Update

FEATool Multiphysics 1.7.1 Toolbox Update with Gmsh and Triangle GUI Integration

FEATool Multiphysics 1.7.1 Toolbox Update with Gmsh and Triangle GUI Integration

FEATool Multiphysics - Matlab Finite Element FEM Toolbox - 1.7.1 Update

FEATool 1.7.1 Update An update to FEATool Multiphysics (v1.7.1) is now available featuring many stability, GUI, and performance improvements. Moreover, a redesigned and simplified mesh and grid generation toolbar has been introduced, including built-in support for the external Gmsh and Triangle mesh generators. New …

Automatic 2D and 3D FEM Mesh and Grid Generation using Gmsh | FEATool

Full GUI and CLI Gmsh Mesh Generator Integration with FEATool

Full GUI and CLI Gmsh Mesh Generator Integration with FEATool

Automatic 2D and 3D FEM Mesh and Grid Generation using Gmsh | FEATool

FEATool-Gmsh Mesh Generator Integration FEATool Multiphysics features full integration with the Gmsh finite element mesh and grid generator [1][2]. Both 2D and 3D Matlab and Octave command line interface (CLI) usage is supported with the gridgen_gmsh function, as well as the FEATool GUI operation in grid mode. …

FEM Meshes by Extrusion of Quadrilateral and Triangular Grids

Creating 3D Semi-Structured Grids Using Extrusion

Creating 3D Semi-Structured Grids Using Extrusion

FEM Meshes by Extrusion of Quadrilateral and Triangular Grids

When generating grids and meshes for fully three-dimensional structures with constant cross section in one or more directions, it is often advantageous to first create a two dimensional grid and extrude it to 3D, rather than generate a full 3D grid directly. By using the extrusion technique more control over the grid …