On 06/17/2014 12:38 PM, Ouyang wrote:
It works now with the full path in "pb, state = solve_pde('examples/linear_elasticity/its2D_2.py') "
Let me dive into sfepy to see if I can apply it to evaluate:
- the displacement caused by mining excavation underground where the
displacement field from gravity exist already; 2. plasticity in surrounding rocks
Modelling plasticity is one of our long standing "would be nice to have" issues. Unfortunately, I do not know it sufficiently to be able to implement it. (Help needed!)
- coupled liquid-solid fields in porous material to evaluate water flux
into excavation from surrounding rocks and stresses etc.
The other things should be possible...
On Tuesday, June 17, 2014 6:10:14 PM UTC+8, Robert Cimrman wrote:
On 06/17/2014 06:01 AM, Ouyang wrote:
Hi all, I am new in sfepy. I have installed sfepy in my window 8 with
22.214.171.124 successfully and tested all examples. Everything is fine with
But, as the subject indicated, I got errors when running solve_pde(’its2D_2.py’) of in interactive mode of ipython(sh).
I follow the instructions at
When I followed the instruction from 4.5.1 Running Sfepy in interactive mode to run "pb, state = solve_pde(’its2D_2.py’)" , I got the error: "ImportError: no module named its2D_2" as shown in the figure below.
You need to use the full path:
pb, state = solve_pde('examples/linear_elasticity/its2D_2.py')
Does that work?
Any ideas? Thanks very much in advance.
My system is window 8 and python(x,y) installed is 126.96.36.199 with
of pyparsing-2.0.2.win32-py2.7,umfpackpy_0.2 and
I install sfepy at C:/sfepy/ using git bash:
git clone git://github.com/sfepy/sfepy.git