A Judy array is extensible and can scale up to a very large number of elements, bounded only by machine memory.
— as you refine the mesh, the solution will become more accurate.
In this post, we will delve deeper into how to choose an appropriate mesh to start your mesh convergence studies for linear static finite element problems.
A Judy array consumes memory only when it is populated, yet can grow to take advantage of all available memory if desired.
Judy's key benefits are scalability, high performance, and memory efficiency.
It is first worth noting that these elements will not always be able to mesh a particular geometry.