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res_obj = App.ActiveDocument.CalculiX_static_results
mesh_obj = App.ActiveDocument.getObjectsByLabel('beam01')
+1HSig wrote:Very nice, actually wrote something similar few months ago (before signing up to the forum.) I did not do further work on it because I saw quickly that the approach was not flexible enough, it would give more sense to rewrite the result reader in such a way that it reads all available results, no matter what they are. So what you define in the input file, to be written in the .frd result file, is read by the result reader and made available in FreeCAD-FEM.
sodelo wrote:For the post-processing, I understand the standard way is defined in _TaskPanelShowResult.py and the VTK way is defined in FemVTKTools.cpp.
These two options are somewhat redundant. Will both 2 options continue to exist in the future?
What are these peeq strains ?
From my point of view they both will coexist. If you really would like to work with the FEM results VTK post processing is the way to go. For developing (like what we do just now) and just have a fast view whats happening _TaskPanelShowResult.py is great.
good idea.sodelo wrote:From my point of view they both will coexist. If you really would like to work with the FEM results VTK post processing is the way to go. For developing (like what we do just now) and just have a fast view whats happening _TaskPanelShowResult.py is great.
So we will go for _TaskPanelShowResult.py. Depending on the feedback concerning the stress and strain vectors, I may propose to suppress them. I do not know however when I can do this.
Does it mean the normal strain is not usable behind yielding? Which strain (the normal or the peeq) fits to the deformations and the stress if we are behind yielding?
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