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Large-scale simulations are now so complex that often the contributing physical processes are not well understood, even by the experts who run them; studies using controlled simulations allow focus on the detailed process mechanisms and thus illuminate their workings. The landscape is rapidly changing for computer graphics and visualization. What was once only available on high-end workstations is now appearing on desktop systems and even PCs. Certainly PC graphics has arrived with substantive capability and real visualization applications (41).

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This type has a regular topology (the adjacency pattern for each internal node is the same), with the nodes again referenced by a 3-D index vector i(i, j, k), and adjacent nodes can be found by incrementing index values. The cells are usually hexahedra, with a deformed-brick shape. The geometry of each cell is irregular, and the cell faces are nonplanar quadrangles. The cell size of a curvilinear grid can be highly variable, and thus the resolution of the simulation can (a) (b) (c) Figure 1. Three types of grids.

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