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Hexablock example not working

Posted by benoit paillard at July 18. 2019

Re: Hexablock example not working

Posted by Damian Berghof at July 27. 2019

Hi all,

we are just about to organize an:
online Salome HEXAHEDRAL meshing workshop
with some other people.
 
We would really like to restart the activities, create some first simple examples and tutorials.
Is there someone with a good background who want to join and support us?

Re: Hexablock example not working

Posted by Sergio Pluchinsky at July 29. 2019

Will be this workshop open for anyone? I have a lot of experience with hexaedral meshing, but using comercial preprocesadors (Siemens NX and Abaqus CAE), and would like to extend my capacities to Salome also.

 

Best regards

Re: Hexablock example not working

Posted by Damian Berghof at July 29. 2019

Hi Sergio,

first of all, we started to create a community of all interested people inside of a closed FB group "Salome CAE":
https://www.facebook.com/groups/625990377880716/


For all interested people there to have a deep dive into some specific topics, I'm planning to organize some workshops and involve all interested experts from outside. In order to be able to plan how many people are interested, I create some kind of registration on my web page:
https://engvir.com/meeting-salome-012019/

And there are no limitations due to experience or using other software!

Best regards

Re: Hexablock example not working

Posted by Christophe Bourcier at July 30. 2019

Hi BenoƮt,

A file needs to be updated for python 3 porting.

In the SOURCES, the path is src/HEXABLOCK_SWIG/hexablock.py.

Line 143, add encode():

       shape = geompy.RestoreShape (stream.encode())

You can also modify it in the installation directory if you don't want to rebuild everything just to copy a file. The path in INSTALL is bin/salome/hexablock.py.

The tests are in src/TEST_PY/recettes. Salome must be launched from this path, since the paths of the brep and step files are relative.

Two tests remain in error: cuve.py and tuyauterie.py

Christophe

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