A N G E N E R, version 3.0


ANGENER is a fortran source package able to generate triangulations, which can be used for different numerical methods, for example finite volume method, finite element method, etc. It performs two main tasks:

1) It generates a uniform triangulation (formed by equal equilateral triangles) with prescribed number of elements.

2) If a solution of a given problem reached on a given triangulation is available, then ANGENER creates an anisotropic triangulation, where better solution can be reached.

The algorithm is base on the Anisotropic Mesh Adaptation (AMA) algorithm. Some examples of use of ANGENER can be viewed at examples.


ANGENER can be easy install on unix machines, where translator f77 or f99 is presented. This numerical solver is freely avaiable for noncomercial use at this web side. The user is able to download the packed file clicking on the icon.

We kindly ask you to send a simple e-mail

containing your name, institution, address and e-mail to the author to the address dolejsi@karlin.mff.cuni.cz. This information is only for the statistical use of the author. We also add your e-mail address to the list of ANGENER-users and we will inform you about all changes of the code.

You download the file angener.tar.gz

To unpack it, use the commands

gunzip angener.tar.gz
tar xf angener.tar

Then a directory angener/ containing all files is created. It contains 23 diferent files, one of them is manual.ps, where the full desribtion of the algorithm and the code ANGENER can be found.


If you have some troubles with downloading, instalation or run of ANGENER, do not hesitate to contact the author

Vit Dolejsi
Department of Numerical Mathematics
Charles University
Sokolovska 83
186 00 Prague
Czech Republic
Phone: +4202 2191 3373
Fax: +4202 2481 1036
e-mail: dolejsi@karlin.mff.cuni.cz
URL: http://www.karlin.mff.cuni.cz/~dolejsi


If user will publish some results, where our code was used, the author kindly ask the user to notice this fact in citation, and send a few words e-mail including the citation to the author.

ANGENER - click to download the software package ANGENER and its documentation.
This version is still under testing, but you can us it with success. In the case of some changes in source files, all registered users will be informed.