Ramy Masalha, M.Sc. Thesis Seminar
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Advisor: Prof. Gershon Elber
Blending and filleting are well established operations in solid modeling and computer-aided geometric design. The creation of a transition surface which smoothly connects the boundary surfaces of two (or more) objects has been extensively investigated. In this talk, we will introduce several algorithms for the construction of, possibly heterogeneous, trivariate fillets, that support smooth filleting operations between pairs of, possibly heterogeneous, input trivariates.
A volumetric fillet, consisting of one or more tensor product trivariate(s), is fitted to the boundary surfaces of the input. The result smoothly blends between the two inputs, both geometrically and material-wise (properties of arbitrary dimension).
Examples of all proposed algorithm will be also presented.