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Evaluating the Quality of Finite Element Meshes with Machine Learning

by   Joachim Sprave, et al.

This paper addresses the problem of evaluating the quality of finite element meshes for the purpose of structural mechanic simulations. It proposes the application of a machine learning model trained on data collected from expert evaluations. The task is characterised as a classification problem, where quality of each individual element in a mesh is determined by its own properties and adjacency structures. A domain-specific, yet simple representation is proposed such that off-the-shelf machine learning methods can be applied. Experimental data from industry practice demonstrates promising results.


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