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The TUMBLE project is supported through the ALADDIN and The SANGRIA projects at Carnegie Mellon University and is a collaboration between Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science.
TUMBLE stands for Triangule Unstructured Mesh with Beziers in a Lagrangian Environment. TUMBLE provides a fully Lagrangian framework for the finite element method with explicit and dynamic boundary tracking, curved elements, and modern mesh augmentation algorithms that guarantee correctness and optimal performance.

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