Boundary conditions - color
Boundary conditions - colorPosted by Luka at October 18. 2006Hello everyone!
I am using SALOME 3.2.1. I am trying to import mesh (unv or med) in NEPTUNE. There is a need to use colors (numbers) instead of names for boundary conditions. I defined different colours in SALOME but the Enveoppe modul of NEPTUNE cannot read the colours. Did anybody tryed to do this?
I also have another question. I am using hexa mesh. I have problems to define different number of seqments on different edges; let say I have a box of (1,1,1)m and I want to have (100,10,1) elements.
Is there a possibility to use O-grid?
With best regards, Luka Štrubelj
Re: Boundary conditions - colorPosted by Grigory Zhivotovsky at October 20. 2006
To define different number of seqments on different edges of your shape you have to use submesh technique. In your example of a box with sizes (1,1,1)m and desired number of segments (100,10,1) follow scenario
1. Explode box with “Select Subshapes” option into 2 edges
1. Create a Mesh (Geometry: "Box_1", Algorithms: "Wire discretisation", "Quadrangle (Mapping)", "Hexahedron(i,j,k)", Hypothesis:
"Nb.Segments" = 1, Propagation of 1D Hyp on opposite edges)
2. Create a SubMesh for edge 1 with Algorithm: Wire discretization, Hypothesis: "Nb.Segments" = 10
3. Create a SubMesh for edge 2 with Algorithm: Wire discretization, Hypothesis: "Nb.Segments" = 100
4. Compute a mesh.
Re: Boundary conditions - colorPosted by saudreau at January 04. 2008Hello !
I want to use Salome to make a mesh (*.unv format) for Code_Saturne. My problem is that Code_Saturne did not
recognize my boundary conditions labelling with different colors. I looked at my *.unv file and the face color imposed
by grouping faces in Salome did not appear in the file !!
Can you tell me what I am doing wrong ?
Thank you very much for your help.