Sim4Life offers a unique array of discretization tools, ranging from the interactive generation of geometrically adaptive rectilinear grids by ray tracing combined with robust intersection testing to Delauney, advancing front, and octree-based methods for unstructured mesh generation in FEM-based solvers. Both irregular anatomical structures and CAD-based models can be handled robustly and flexibly while preserving features.
Unstructured meshing and FEM simulation to model the neuroelectric response of complex nerves.
Adaptive, rectilinear meshes (e.g., for P-EM-FDTD, P-ACOUSTICS, P-THERMAL) can be generated interactively with excellent heuristics-based automatic grid generation and flexible tuning.
A variety of volumetric mesh tools (e.g., for P-EM-UQS, P-FLOW) capable of generating high-quality element, adaptive, feature preserving, unstructured meshes from CAD data and complex anatomical models are provided.
The only surface processing tool capable of producing topologically conforming, high triangle element quality, non-(self) intersecting surface meshes from noisy segmentation data; the ideal basis for unstructured volume mesh generation.
High-quality tetrahedral mesh for unstructured FEM simulation of a wireless power transfer (WPT) coils.
Solver-optimized surface meshes of a complex anatomical head model.
Multi-domain volume mesh of the electrode wrapped around nerve (Vagus Nerve Stimulation).