[Gmsh] Python parallel loading
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Thu Dec 22 22:36:52 CET 2016
FreeCAD uses OCCT for geometry data structure and SMESH for mesh data
structure. Lately there has been integrated GMSH as meshing software
for FEM meshes to be able to make conformal connected multibody meshes
(CompSolids in speach of OCCT) with different mesh size for different
voulems of the geometry. All tools in this regard are accesable by
python. All data is saved inside FreeCAD and GMSH is called through a
system call. But FreeCADs data structure itselfs may be support the
structure you need.
OCCT 7.1 has been released. Has someone tried to compile GMSH against
OCCT 7.1 ? I use 7.0 ATM.
Zitat von "G. D. McBain" <gdmcbain at protonmail.com>:
This package clearly does not meet my needs. It's just a geometry
creation tool which uses gmsh through a system call. It generates a
mesh and open it using meshio (another package from the same dev)
which does not keep physical nor partition tags. I need both.
I have a fork of MeshIO that keeps physical tags and partitions.
It doesn't use mpi4py though.
From: Brian Drawert <brian at drawert.net>
Sent: Monday, December 19, 2016 4:29:45 PM
To: Guilherme Caminha
Cc: gmsh at onelab.info
Subject: Re: [Gmsh] Python parallel loading
[Welcome to PyGmsh?s documentation! ? PyGmsh 2.4.2
pygmsh.geometry ¶ This class provides a Python interface for the Gmsh
scripting language. It aims at working around some of Gmsh?s
inconveniences (e.g., having to ...
On Dec 19, 2016, at 7:41 AM, Guilherme Caminha
<guilherme at praciano.com.br> wrote:
Does anyone know of a Python mesh interface with a built-in
distributed data structure (using mpi4py preferably) that works with
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