matlab,polygon,mesh,finite-element-analysis

I made sth like that: matX = [0,0.2,0; 0.2,0.2,0; 0.2,1,0.2; 1,1,0.2; 0,0.2,0; 0.2,0.2,0; 0.2,1,0.2] matY = [0,0,0.5; 0,0.5,0.5; 0,0,0.5; 0,0.5,0.5; 0.5,0.5,1; 0.5,1,1; 0.5,0.5,1] x = zeros(7,4); y = zeros(7,4); for i=1:7 x(i,:) = [matX(i,1),matX(i,2),matX(i,3),matX(i,1)]; y(i,:) = [matY(i,1),matY(i,2),matY(i,3),matY(i,1)]; plot(x(i,:),y(i,:)) hold on end Mesh: Have anyone better and more sophisticated solution?...

For the output of the simulation (which includes all calculation steps, and sub-steps description and node-by-node results) the output must be declared in the beginning of the code, and not in the postprocessing phase. Declaring /OUTPUT,filename,extension in the preamble of the main script makes such that the output is stored...

matlab,finite-element-analysis

Well, they are just calls of a PDE problem, following the standard steps on achieving a FEM approach. From here, i am assumming you clearly know what a FEM is and what it involves. I am also assuming we are 2D..... [p,e,t] = initmesh('lshapeg'); Well, this is as you said,...

matlab,triangulation,voronoi,geometry-surface,finite-element-analysis

You can do this using the DUALMESH-submission on the file exchange: DUALMESH is a toolbox of mesh processing routines that allow the construction of "dual" meshes based on underlying simplicial triangulations. Support is provided for various planar and surface triangulation types, including non-Delaunay and non-manifold types. Simply use the following...