Maybe a conda repository ?shahram10715 wrote: ↑Sun Feb 23, 2020 6:22 pm@Kunda1
Recently I wanted to put opensees binary as ppa in ubuntu launchpad but it's not possible because you can only add FREE software. We must find a place which allows both free and proprietary software. The second option is an interesting repo on github (if you search you will find it) which has Docker for opensees ver 2.5 (not continued). And the third option is an appimage like FreeCAD.
@bernd, i searched for equivalent Ten-node tetrahedral element for opensees, but i can't find it.
yes, I know, but it is imposible for me to create nodes and elements for this problem by hand, but if freecad can generate .inp input file, i can convert nodes and element from calculix format to openseesbernd wrote: ↑Thu Feb 27, 2020 7:00 pmI would not care about the element type ATM. If opesees uses a twenty node brick element it will be fine too. It does not mater which element type we gone use. Both should give the nearly same deflection and stress if we use enought elements.
ATM it is not possible to make a brick20 mesh with the gui in FreeCAD but I will create one for the calculix cantilever.
finally I did this procedure for the first time, hurraybernd wrote: ↑Tue Feb 25, 2020 8:05 pmhttps://github.com/berndhahnebach/FreeC ... emopensees only implements the solver object.
- start FreeCAD
- add analysis, delete standard solver and add a OpenSees solver
- run the solver
- this file will be written and run with OpenSees https://github.com/berndhahnebach/FreeC ... y#L82-L244
AS stated before see https://github.com/berndhahnebach/FreeC ... s/femoofem