FEMAddOns provides additional FEM packages: Domain decomposition DistMesh FEMUtils Domain decomposition is a way to solve a PDE without having to build the system matrix for the full domain. Instead, this method solves the problem on subdomains and iteratively finds the global solution from the local solutions. This requires much less memory than solving the problem over the full domain. DistMesh is a Wolfram Language implementation of the DistMesh mesh generator. FEMUtils provides, at the time of writing, three functions. ElementMeshSmoothing takes as its input an element mesh and outputs a new mesh that has a higher mean quality, StructuredMesh creates structured meshes, and... Read more.


Import finite element mesh to Mathematica (ElementMesh object) from other mesh generators. Currently supports "Abaqus", "Comsol", "Elfen" and "Gmsh".


Last updated March 12, 2018 Import fem Mesh generation History Delete Edit Link

Imtek Mathematica Supplement

The IMTEK Mathematica Supplement, or IMS for short is an open source Mathematica add-on and provides a wealth of packages and tutorials from a variety of application areas, but with a strong focus on Finite Element Computations. The IMS is a continuous project at the Chair for Microsystem Simulation, Department for Microsystem Engineering (IMTEK), University of Freiburg, Germany. Website (not Github like the main link).

Last updated April 25, 2016 fem computational geometry History Delete Edit Link


Utilities for creating and manipulating ElementMesh objects.


Last updated November 30, 2018 numerics fem meshes History Delete Edit Link