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Though the mathematical theory of classical linear elasticity i s w ell established, there still lack some ingredients toward the numerical solution of real technological problems. In this paper we address one of these critical ingredients, namely the automatic construction of three-dimensional meshes in arbitrary geometries. Several methods exist for this purpose, but further improvements are still required to achieve the needed robustness and generality. W e present and discuss the idea ofdoi:10.1051/proc:1997006 fatcat:6bagxn5cpzd3znw5nfsfixfxxi