[Getdp] Analyzing the Results generated from getDP

DILASSER Guillaume Guillaume.DILASSER at cea.fr
Fri Oct 5 09:12:11 CEST 2018


To get post-processed quantities in an output format that is convenient with Excel, you should try to use a different Format options in the PostOperation block of your GetDP script. I get that you are doing dynamic simulations, therefore you may be interested in Format TimeTable. That one will give you the results in columns for each time step of the simulation : timestep | time | coordinates x 3 | values... Here is an example on how to use it :

PostOperation {
{ Name PrintT ; NameOfPostProcessing ComputeT ;
Operation {
Print[ T , OnDomain DomainT ,
Format TimeTable ,
File "result/T.txt" ,
Name "T [K]" ] ;

You should have a look at this section of the documentation<http://getdp.info/doc/texinfo/getdp.html#Types-for-PostOperation> for a list of the available output formats (go to the end of the section, after the label post-operation-fmt). I hope this was helpful, let me know if you have other questions,

Sincerely yours,

Guillaume Dilasser

De : getdp <getdp-bounces at ace20.montefiore.ulg.ac.be> De la part de Asim Hussain
Envoyé : jeudi 4 octobre 2018 21:11
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Objet : [Getdp] Analyzing the Results generated from getDP


I am a Graduate Student at University of Calgary and interested in modeling heat transfer problems.

I generated a simple case of heat transfer in 1D with cylindrical geometry and ran it. I generated a Map file for temperature (T.pos) for the entire domain but I am unaware of how to analyze the results; particularly as a graph of Temperature against Distance for the each timestep.

I uploaded the file in gmsh and can view temperature profile in the map view of each time step but it is not very much clear. Can someone guide me on how can I analyze the results in a better way or how can I generate tabulated results for each time step which I can then plot in excel.

Your help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks & Best Regards,


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