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Clipped view of Tetrahedral mesh; generated and viewed in Gmsh 2.3.1
Developer(s) Christophe Geuzaine and Jean-François Remacle
Stable release 2.10.0 / 21 july 2015
Written in C++
Operating system Unix/Linux, Mac OS X, Windows
License GNU General Public License (with linking exception)
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Gmsh is a finite element mesh generator developed by Christophe Geuzaine and Jean-François Remacle. Released under the GNU General Public License (with an exception to allow linking with other specific mesh generators), Gmsh is free software. Gmsh contains 4 modules, for geometry description, meshing, solving and post-processing. Gmsh supports parametric input, and has advanced visualization mechanisms.[1][2]

See also


  1. ^ Gmsh: A 3-D finite element mesh generator with built-in pre- and post-processing facilities - C. Geuzaine and J.-F. Remacle - Sep 10, 2009 [1]
  2. ^ Science and Technology of Advanced Materials - 3D physical modeling of anisotropic grain growth at high temperature in local strong magnetic force field - Eric Beaugnon - (2008) 024201 (6pp) - [2]

External links

  • Gmsh website
  • Official Gmsh Documentation
  • Gmsh Tutorials by Dolfyn
  • Gmsh Tutorial by AMCG
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