Example 1. Reconstruction of thoracic aorta.​​

Examples

Example 2. NURBS surface.

Example 3. Circle: a typical 1D NURBS curve.

Example 4. Knot insertion (refinement).

This video represents the half part of a tyre.
The initial mesh consists of 2 finite elements and the fine one of 8 elements. The control points are depicted in red, knots in blue and Gauss points in black. 

​​Example 5. Refinement. 3D. Cube.

​The initial mesh has 4 finite elements and the fine one 9.
The table presents the results of the isogeometric analysis. The refinement leads to increased accuracy.

​​Example 6. Pipe.

Finite elements are depicted in red and knots in blue.

Example 7. 3D NURBS model of a rubber tyre.
​​Example 8. The quarter of the annulus . 3D NURBS model.
Example 9. Spinning top. NURBS model.
Example 10. Pipe with a 90-degree elbow bend.
Example 11. The NURBS model of an hourglass.
Example 12. The famous plate with a hole!

Who specializes in computational mechanics and hasn't solved this classic problem?
Example 13. The famous plate with a hole!

Have a look at the corresponding displacement field.
Example 14. Stress field.

Geomiso enables engineers to calculate the displacement, strain and stress field of the examined model. This video depicts the corresponding fields with the undeformed shape on the left and the deformed one on the right. Each color represents a specific value.
Example 15. Imagine all the structures!

Not like John Lennon, but like Geomiso!
Have you ever imagined how a square steel plate, rigidly clamped on its left edge, can be deformed by a concentrated vertical load on its right edge?
Example 16. Steel vs copper vs gold vs aluminium!

And of course the winner is... Steel!
(Plate, rigidly clamped on its left edge with concentrated vertical load on its right edge)