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Old   February 5, 2013, 00:05
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I want to write a general code for unstructured mesh generation in (first stage) 2D and (next stage) 3D. I have found several papers for this issue but I would be grateful if someone please could introduce some beautiful papers with details of the algorithm. Thanks in advance.
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You can also take a look to this page

and references therein

They also have subroutines in FORTRAN: I found it useful when was writing a mesher for myself


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