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Re: [Question #670487]: How to extract force-displacement data and how to generate stress output in paraview
Question #670487 on Yade changed:
Status: Answered => Open
Anay Joshi is still having a problem:
Thanks for the quick response.
Since you're using plot.addData() [*] and plot.saveDataTxt() functions, it
seems you know how to save YADE variables in a text file.
Is your question rather about "which YADE variables correspond to force and
displacement (instead of stress and strain)"?
--> Yes, that is correct. My question is which yade variables correspond to
force and displacement? I would really appreciate the help. I tried to find
that on my own but I think I did not look properly. If you could guide me,
it would be really helpful.
And I would open a separate question for paraview. But I am going to read
everything first before asking any questions.
Thanks for the help,
On Wed, Jun 27, 2018 at 3:43 AM, Jérôme Duriez <
> Your question #670487 on Yade changed:
> Status: Open => Answered
> Jérôme Duriez proposed the following answer:
> Since you're using plot.addData() [*] and plot.saveDataTxt() functions, it
> seems you know how to save YADE variables in a text file.
> Is your question rather about "which YADE variables correspond to force
> and displacement (instead of stress and strain)" ?
> This seems rather a Paraview question. You have general instructions for
> importing YADE data into Paraview at https://yade-dem.org/doc/user.
> Looking into "display" options of Paraview, you should be able to color
> your Paraview glyphs/points (that correspond to YADE spheres) according to
> some stress quantity defined at the particle scale.
> Note that VTKExporter can export two kinds of stress quantities : one
> "stress" I do not know personally, and another "bstresses" which is used
> for instance in [Duriez2016] from https://yade-
> dem.org/doc/publications.html, section 2.4 and elsewhere.
> Do not hesitate to precise your questions in case this answer is not
> precise enough ;-)
> But better do it in two separate Launchpad question.
> [*] note that you're using a deprecated syntax for this function, see
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