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adi@vladimir:~/Pobrane$ file mmh_ccx2vtk.exe mmh_ccx2vtk.exe: PE32 executable (console) Intel 80386 Mono/.Net assembly, for MS Windows adi@vladimir:~/Pobrane$ ./mmh_ccx2vtk.exe *** CalculiX output file ".frd" to vtk format converter by [edited] : Running on Unix 220.127.116.11 ! (00) argument not found... : : Usage: : : mmh_ccx2vtk.exe [path]CalculiXoutputFileName.frd : : The [path] string is optional, if not provided assembly will : try to open specified "frd" file in current directory. : : After succesful conversion the new file will be created using input file name : with suffix: "_mmh.vtk" in the input directory : : Conversion supports all CalculiX element types and defined number of steps. : The vector results are transalated as vectors, any other data are treat as scalar : The name of Nodal Result Block in 'vtk' file and displayed in ParaView is as: : '[stepn_number]-block_name-item_name' where: : : 'step_number' is the user step number, : 'block_name' is the name i.e. "DISPR" : 'item_name' is the item name i.e. "D1" : : It is the .NET/MONO assembly and it should work properly in Linux/Windows environment. : : Please inform me about bugs on mail: [edited] : ;) Have a nice step! : : <<<MMH>>> : : press Enter... adi@vladimir:~/Pobrane$
Here, Here, Here !!! Do you really use solid geometry in calculix to design reinforced concrete structures and steel structures ? Since I'm structural engineer for concrete structures I'm really really interested in sharing knowledge in this regard.mamah wrote: use the Calculix for reinforced structures design. Is anyone also interested in that? Or in using FreeCAD for any other structural design i.e. steel structures?
I'm interested in composite structures. I have only read about CalculiX possibilities, not tried calculations yet. From my point of view there is a limitation for composites to use quadrilateral elements (S8R) - I will lack a triangular element for complex geometries....to use the Calculix for reinforced structures design. Is anyone also interested in that?