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  • Salome 3.2.1 & Code-Aster 8.2

    Posted by JMB at August 05. 2006

    It is nice to see the new version of Salome, with so many improvements.  However, there seems to be a bug with the MED 2.2 export of Salome 3.2.1 when trying to run a Code-Aster.  I consistently get the error:

        #  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
        #  COMMANDE NO :  0002            CONCEPT DE TYPE :  maillage_sdaster
        #  -------------               -----------------
       MeshLin=LIRE_MAILLAGE(INFO=1,
                            NOM_MED='Mesh_1',
                            INFO_MED=1,
                            FORMAT='MED',
                            UNITE=20,
                            VERI_MAIL=(_F(APLAT=1.E-3,
                                          VERIF='OUI')),
                            );

      NOM DU FICHIER MED :
     fort.20                                                                                                                                                                                                
                                                                                                         
      IL MANQUE LES COORDONNEES !

    When I try even a simple 3D Hexahedral mesh on a rectangular model 12mx1mx0.125m, meshed using:

    Hyp:   Average Length = 0.1
              Quadrature Preference

    Alg:   Wire Discretization
              Quadrature (Mapping)
              Hexahedron (i,j,k)

    I can send the Python script & comm file if necessary.

    Thanks
    JMB


    • Re: Salome 3.2.1 & Code-Aster 8.2

      Posted by Edward AGAPOV at August 10. 2006
      JMB wrote:

      I can send the Python script & comm file if necessary.

      It would be nice (mailto:edward.agapov@opencascade.com)
      • Re: Salome 3.2.1 & Code-Aster 8.2

        Posted by Christophe Bourcier at August 10. 2006
        Issue solved in Code_Aster forum.

        Please don't cross-post your questions on both forums.

        Thanks.

        Christophe
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