Veamy: an extensible object-oriented C++ library for the virtual element method
Version : 1.0
Language : C++
Date : August 10, 2017
License : GNU GPL
Web : http://camlab.cl/research/software/veamy/
Description: Free and open source C++ library that implements the virtual element method. The first release of this library allows the solution of 2D linear elastostatic problems.
- Includes its own mesher based on the computation of the constrained Voronoi diagram. The meshes can be created in arbitrary domains, with or without holes, with procedurally generated points.
- Meshes can also be read from OFF-style text files (an example can be found in the test folder).
- Allows easy input of boundary conditions by constraining domain segments and nodes.
- The results of the computation can be either written into a file or used directly.
- PolyMesher meshes and boundary conditions can be read straightforwardly in Veamer to solve 2D linear elastostatic problems.
Author : Alejandro Ortiz-Bernardin
Version : 1.0 / Updates: 1.0.1 (See change log below)
Language : C++
Date : September 23, 2009 / Updates: October 9, 2009
License : GNU LGPL
Download : MeshFree++_v1.0.1_win, MeshFree++_v1.0.1_linux, MeshFree++_change_log, Older versions
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NOTE: If you find a bug or have any comment with respect to the above codes, please drop me an e-mail at aortizb-at-ing.uchile.cl. I will try to fix the problems and post updates when needed.