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Clipped view of Tetrahedral mesh; generated and viewed in Gmsh 2.3.1
Clipped view of Tetrahedral mesh; generated and viewed in Gmsh 2.3.1
Developer(s)Christophe Geuzaine and Jean-François Remacle
Stable release
4.0.0 / August 22, 2018; 18 months ago (2018-08-22)
Repository Edit this at Wikidata
Written inC++
Operating systemUnix/Linux, macOS, Windows
LicenseGNU General Public License

Gmsh is a finite-element mesh generator developed by Christophe Geuzaine and Jean-François Remacle. Released under the GNU General Public License, Gmsh is free software. Gmsh contains 4 modules: for geometry description, meshing, solving and post-processing. Gmsh supports parametric input and has advanced visualization mechanisms. Since version 3.0, Gmsh supports full constructive solid geometry features, based on Open Cascade Technology.[1][2]

Gmsh is modified to integrated with SwiftComp, a general-purpose multiscale modeling software. The modified version, called Gmsh4SC (, is compiled and deployed on the Composites Design and Manufacturing HUB (cdmHUB, Moreover, an easy to use fully integrated Matlab GUI Gmsh interface is available with FEATool Multiphysics.

See also


  1. ^ Geuzaine, Christophe; Remacle, Jean-François (2009). "Gmsh: A 3-D finite element mesh generator with built-in pre- and post-processing facilities". International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering. 79 (11): 1309-1331. Bibcode:2009IJNME..79.1309G. doi:10.1002/nme.2579.
  2. ^ Science and Technology of Advanced Materials - 3D physical modeling of anisotropic grain growth at high temperature in local strong magnetic force field - Eric Beaugnon - (2008) 024201 (6pp) - [1].

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