NCSA Mesher

Author: NCSA
Publisher: NCSA
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On: 2019-01-02 19:30:22
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What is NCSA Mesher?

NCSA Mesher for the Macintosh II

NCSA Mesher is designed to be a preprocessor for computational programs
requiring a gridded space.  The process of running a simulation in
computational science has three steps:

       setting up the problem parameters
       running the computation
       analyzing the results of the computation

NCSA Mesher aids you in the first step of the process by setting up the problem
parameters.   NCSA Mesher allows you to visually design the problem by creating
a grid, defining the attribute data, and assigning the attribute data to
specific cells in the grid.

NCSA Mesher is designed to be a general tool, useful across many scientific
disiplines.   Each scientific discipline has its own unique set of attribute
data types.  These can vary greatly from discipline to discipline, and can also
vary between computational codes within the same discipline.  Therefore, a
utility program called DBuilder is included with NCSA Mesher.  DBuilder
provides a mechanism to create a set of dialog boxes that contain your own
unique data types.  These dialogs are then used within the NCSA Mesher program
for data input.  It is there that you actually enter real values for your
specific problem.

Once the problem has been completely defined, you can export that data to an
ASCII file or an HDF VSet file.  This exported file is read into the
computational program to process the simulation.

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Motorola 68K

System Requirements

From Mac OS 7.0 up to Mac OS 9.2

Compatibility notes

Architecture: 68K

Mac OS 7.x - Mac OS 9.2.2


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