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port the content.
I've made a lot of progress learning sfepy this weekend but I'm stuck on
post-processing. I'm in interactive mode (using Jupyter) using a toy model
that solves the laplace equation on a rectangle with dirichlet conditions
on the ends (image below). Now, I'd like to evaluate the flux at
designated positions, say on a line or a set of points.
I'm able to evaluate the flux field using:
where 'c' is the solution field variable and s is the material. This
produces a set of flux vectors at quadrature points. What I can't seem to
do is put this data in a proper field variable so that I can evaluate it
with probes, say for example at the boundaries. I've looked at the examples
but have found them too complex to reduce to a few lines of code. Can
anyone suggest the easiest way to get this data into a field variable?
I am new using Sfepy and I am trying to get a part from solidworks, mesh it
(using whatever) and then do some FEA on Sfepy.
So right now, I exported the part in STEP and used GMSH to generate the
mesh. But the VTK/MESH mesh file contain more dans 1 cell type.
So Sfepy pop this error : "meshes with several cell kinds are not
I am trying to figure how to have only one cell kind.
Is this seem right? Solidwork -> Step file -> Gmsh -> mesh/vtk file -> sfepy
Debian linux stretch OS
Intel i5750 processor 64bit
Directory structure: /root/anaconda3/lib/python3.5/site-packages/sfepy
Home Directory structure: /home/gary/Downloads
I am still trying to get a clean installation of sfepy. I am still missing
vtk and pysparce libraries. I need to get components that are compatible
with an amd-64, python3.x system. Any help with finding these packages and
help with their installation will be sincerely appreciated.
Thank you for your responses