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Visualizing 3D Nonlinear Meshes (Michelin)

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  • Visualizing 3D Nonlinear Meshes (Michelin)

    Michelin Finite Element Analysis (FEA) post-processing tools have been developed using the Open Inventor® by VSG library. Open Inventor allows great flexibility in the visual representation, for example: clipping along any 3D plane, flexible slicing, wireframe display, iso-lines, iso-surfaces, transparency and stereoscopic views. In order to handle the increasing size of data volumes (e.g. full 3D computations with all surrounding objects), we need more and more high-performance tools such as VSG’s new module MeshViz XLM, which completely lives up to our in-house customers’ expectations. In particular, MeshViz XLM can directly access application data structures, avoiding time and memory wasting copying of data, and directly supports parametric nonlinear mesh cells.

    Images courtesy: Michelin

    Michelin manufactures and sells tires for all kinds of vehicles, publishes maps and guides and operates a number of digital services. Michelin Group is active on all continents, from China to Brazil and from The United States of America to Germany and Russia.

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