[Getdp] How to store all nodal values in a file via PostOperation
constantin.mokur at ymail.com
Mon Sep 5 14:56:43 CEST 2011
thanks a lot for your fast response!
It's a good hint but unfortunately in my case I want to save some calculated values
(depending on the DOFs) and not the DOFs directly. Therefore I'm looking for a
PostOperation command for this purpose.
In case there is no such command I could use your valuable hint and write a small
program which is doing the calculations after reading the res file.
But maybe I'm lucky and there is a possibility to do it in the PostOperation.
Von: Jens Trommler <trommler at temf.tu-darmstadt.de>
An: Constantin Mokur <constantin.mokur at ymail.com>
Cc: "getdp at geuz.org" <getdp at geuz.org>
Gesendet: 10:11 Montag, 5.September 2011
Betreff: Re: [Getdp] How to store all nodal values in a file via post-processing
I'm not an expert in GetDP. But you could use the resolution file
(*.res) for this purpose if you like to.
Whenever you did a SaveSolution in the .pro files, the complete list
of degrees of freedom is written to the end of the resolution file.
So, if you had a nodal based solution this list in the resolution file
is a list of the values at each node. They are sorted like in the msh
file which is mostly from 1 to number of nodes.
The exact file format of the resolution file is in the documentation of getdp.
But probably there is also postprocessing command which I don't know.
2011/9/4 Constantin Mokur <constantin.mokur at ymail.com>:
> is there an easy way to store the nodal values after a simulation in a file
> (preferably a simple table
> with two columns: node number and value)?
> It could also be a .pos file with this table in it.
> I tried it with print options DecomposeInSimplex or Dimension 1 but I always
> get a table with
> triangle number and the corresponding 3 nodal values instead of node number
> and node value.
> Any help is highly appreciated.
> Best regards
> getdp mailing list
> getdp at geuz.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the getdp