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can anybody make 2d shell tutorial?

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14 years 3 months ago #3929 by Bridge_PL
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yeah, You're faster than me :laugh:

now, I'am looking at yours new files,

Thanks a lot :D
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14 years 3 months ago #3930 by kwou
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Hoi Bridge,

I have looked at your's file.
You have very interesting idea,
create single face with partitions for each presure. :side:

I was trying to make single face for each presure,
what couses more problems than your idea.

Which comand you used to create Fbot,Fcentre1,Fcentre2,Ftop,Fmain from Part_main?


One of the ''problems'' with Salome/Code Aster I find that you need one single body (for one mesh) to start with and define groups ''below'' this body. You can define groups by the Partition command. In the Salome GUI this is sometimes bit cumbersome, because you can only define one ''dividing plane''. That is why I use a Python script and a number of dividing planes, Extrusion1, 2, 3 and 4. They divide the plane into the five requested areas. In the GUI you can do the same, but it is more time consuming: Operation --> Partition --> ....

Oeps, apparently in Salome5.1.X you can select several ''Tool Objects'', in this case Extrusion1, Extrusion2, Extrusion3 and Extrusion4 in one pass. Makes it much, much easier. So select Operation --> Partition --> Select Object (one selection, total shell area) --> Tool Object (Extrusion1, Extrusion2, Extrusion3 and Extrusion4 --> 4_objects). Very nice now.

I try Explode to Faces, but i get icon with one square, your's icons are two squares.

I have to check. Donot know whether that is serious ...

I think, We need two groups of edges for fixed boundary conditions.

Alright, done that in the second updated files.

We can start a new wiki?
Do you start or do I start, or do we through the dice?

Any comments?

kind regards - kees

Post edited by: Kees Wouters, at: 2010/03/06 12:49<br /><br />Post edited by: Kees Wouters, at: 2010/03/06 13:20

Interest: structural mechanics, solar energy (picture at 'my location' shows too little pv panels)

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14 years 3 months ago #3931 by Bridge_PL
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I used my dice
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and my score is 3.

Now it's you'r turn :side:

By the way, i have some problems with quadratic mesh, i must look at some examples.

Regards B)<br /><br />Post edited by: Bridge_PL, at: 2010/03/06 13:17
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14 years 3 months ago #3933 by Bridge_PL
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14 years 3 months ago #3934 by kwou
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Hi Bridge,

and my score will be 2 (I know).

By the way, i have some problems with quadratic mesh, i must look at some examples.


In the mesh module, --&gt; Modification --&gt; convert to/from Quadratic --&gt; select mesh --&gt; convert to quadratic, click maybe on Medion nodes on geometry --&gt; apply and close.
Check by right click on the mesh --&gt; numbering --&gt; nodes (you need to see midside nodes).
Export to med file --&gt; mesh.med

this all is much easier in the wiki ....
you win, so you start?<br /><br />Post edited by: Kees Wouters, at: 2010/03/06 13:27

Interest: structural mechanics, solar energy (picture at 'my location' shows too little pv panels)

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