The CUBIT Geometry and Mesh Generation Toolkit: For more than a decade, CUBIT has been the focus of a broad research and development effort in mesh generation and geometry preparation at Sandia National Laboratories. The primary recipient and stakeholder for this effort has been Sandia and its sister laboratories within the USA, supporting computational field simulations for a variety of physics codes. In recent years CUBIT has also become more significant in academia and industry now supporting hundreds of active users world-wide. In addition to its role as a software provider, CUBIT encompasses ongoing research efforts to improve and discover new mesh generation algorithms, develop new tools for geometry cleanup and simplification and handle ever more complex preprocessing tasks for computational simulations.

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  1. Clark, Brett W.: Removing small features with real CAD operations (2008)
  2. Ganapathysubramanian, Basked; Zabaras, Nicholas: Modeling multiscale diffusion processes in random heterogeneous media (2008)
  3. Owen, Steven J.; Clark, Brett W.; Melander, Darryl J.; Brewer, Michael; Shepherd, Jason F.; Merkley, Karl; Ernst, Corey; Morris, Randy: An immersive topology environment for meshing (2008)
  4. Pébay, Philippe P.; Stephenson, Michael B.; Fortier, Leslie A.; Owen, Steven J.; Melander, Darryl J.: pCAMAL: An embarrassingly parallel hexahedral mesh generator (2008)
  5. Sahin, Mehmet; Wilson, Helen J.: A parallel adaptive unstructured finite volume method for linear stability (normal mode) analysis of viscoelastic fluid flows (2008)
  6. Shepherd, Jason F.; Johnson, Chris R.: Hexahedral mesh generation for biomedical models in scirun (2008) ioport
  7. Vorobiev, Oleg: Generic strength model for dry jointed rock masses (2008)
  8. Ahn, Hyung Taek; Shashkov, Mikhail: Multi-material interface reconstruction on generalized polyhedral meshes (2007)
  9. Barth, William L.; Carey, Graham F.: On a boundary condition for pressure-driven laminar flow of incompressible fluids (2007)
  10. Munson, Todd: Mesh shape-quality optimization using the inverse mean-ratio metric (2007)
  11. Zhang, Yongjie; Bazilevs, Yuri; Goswami, Samrat; Bajaj, Chandrajit L.; Hughes, Thomas J. R.: Patient-specific vascular NURBS modeling for isogeometric analysis of blood flow (2007)
  12. Cottrell, J. A.; Reali, A.; Bazilevs, Y.; Hughes, T. J. R.: Isogeometric analysis of structural vibrations (2006)
  13. Freitag Diachin, Lori; Knupp, Patrick; Munson, Todd; Shontz, Suzanne: A comparison of two optimization methods for mesh quality improvement (2006) ioport
  14. Scott, Michael A.; Benzley, Steven E.; Owen, Steven J.: Improved many-to-one sweeping (2006)
  15. Zhang, Yongjie; Bajaj, Chandrajit: Adaptive and quality quadrilateral/hexahedral meshing from volumetric data (2006)
  16. Bajaj, Chandrajit: A Laguerre Voronoi based scheme for meshing particle systems (2005)
  17. Hughes, T. J. R.; Cottrell, J. A.; Bazilevs, Y.: Isogeometric analysis: CAD, finite elements, NURBS, exact geometry and mesh refinement (2005)
  18. Rachowicz, W.; Zdunek, A.: An (hp)-adaptive finite element method for scattering problems in computational electromagnetics (2005)
  19. Trew, Mark L.; Smaill, Bruce H.; Bullivant, David P.; Hunter, Peter J.; Pullan, Andrew J.: A generalized finite difference method for modeling cardiac electrical activation on arbitrary, irregular computational meshes (2005)
  20. White, David R.; Saigal, Sunil; Owen, Steven J.: Meshing complexity: predicting meshing difficulty for single part CAD models (2005) ioport