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Re: Contact forces
Great Thanks !
So I need to save my simulation to a file file.xml.bz2 then load it,
Contactforces are then shown for the last iteration no?
what if I want to see the variation of contact forces along my
In fact, it will be very useful for me write these contact forces into a
file to do some postprocessings on them. can you tell me how ?
Does the Yade-trunk version allow it ?
Le jeudi 07 janvier 2010 à 11:06 +0100, Václav Šmilauer a écrit :
> (send messages to the list, not to me directly; cc'ing)
> I don't know what you mean, please state your problem clearly. If you
> talk about
> then you need any simulation to run.
> > # run uniax.py to get this file
> > # or just get some data from TriaxialTest, whatever
> > O.load('/tmp/uniax-tension.xml.bz2')
> is that examples/concrete/uniax-post.py?
> > I didn't found any script file in the '/yade-020-2/sripts' dealing with
> > the triaxial test, may I use another version of Yade ?
> Yes, you may, trunk for instance.
> > I don't see what shall I use as file to point to here in o.load ('what
> > file?') for the triaxial test ?
> Any saved simulation. But you don't have to load anything, you can use
> your current simulation as well.
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