logo ringmeshRINGMesh is a C++ open-source programming library for manipulating meshes of geological models. RINGMesh is neither a geomodeler nor a mesh generation tool, but it can be used to develop geomodeling mesh based applications, such as meshing and numerical simulation tools.

 

ringmesh2RINGMesh provides data structures to represent geological structural models defined by their boundary surfaces to which can be linked volumetric meshes. RINGMesh implements functions to read complete surface structural models built with a geomodeling software, to check their validity, and to build sealed models from sets of conformal polygonal surfaces. It also provides an interface to external finite element mesh generators and export functionalities in various file formats. The goal of RINGMesh is to help researchers or developers focusing on the implementation of their specific method rather than on tedious tasks common to many applications. The fully documented code is distributed under the modified BSD license.

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Current Developers

  1. Pierre Anquez (RING - ASGA)
  2. Arnaud Botella (Total- ASGA)
  3. Francois Bonneau (RING - ASGA)
  4. Benjamin Chauvin (Harvard)
  5. Antoine Mazuyer (RING - ASGA)
  6. Margaux Raguenel (RING - ASGA)
Other contributors:
  1. Jeanne Pellerin was part of the project between 2014 - 2016 when she was at Weierstrass Institute - Total.

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