On 11/16/2017 02:14 PM, Dio Dwianto wrote:
I'm trying to use one of the example "time_poisson.py" for heat transfer simulation. I used my own mesh data ("steel_cylinder.med" ), which I created using Salome.
Somehow I didn't get the temperature distribution like what we would have gotten if we run the "time_poisson.py", which looked like this
[image: Inline image 1] Instead I could only get these results
[image: Inline image 2]
I attached the relevant files. Can somebody please tell me what I did wrong with the scripting?
You need to adjust the region definitions for the "steel_cylinder.med" mesh - it has different dimensions than "cylinder.mesh". The mesh dimensions can be easily printed using "script/show_mesh_info.py".
Check the example  for a way that would work for both the meshes (using the mesh bounding box).
Thanks for your help!
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