[Gmsh] Solving magnetic problems with gmsh 2.0.8 ?

David Colignon David.Colignon at ulg.ac.be
Tue Jul 17 14:42:18 CEST 2007


you also need  GETDP  http://geuz.org/getdp/

from doc/README.win32 :

4) Gmsh (http://geuz.org/gmsh/) is a 3D CAD, mesh and post-processing
    program that can be used as a graphical front-end to GetDP. To
    launch GetDP via Gmsh, simply open Gmsh, go to the solver module
    and click on the GetDP button. If Gmsh cannot find GetDP because
    getdp.exe is not in your path, simply specify the location of
    getdp.exe in the 'Executable' field (in the second tab of the
    solver dialog window) and click on 'Apply'. You can also click on
    'Save' if you want to use this location the next time you use Gmsh.



David Colignon, Ph.D.
ELAP - Service d'Electricité Appliquée
Institut Montefiore B28
Université de Liège
4000 Liège - BELGIQUE
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rvandermeulen at hetnet.nl wrote:
> Dear Madam, Sir,
> I read about GMSH 2.0.8 Finite Elements. Which other programs do I need 
> on my computer to run this? Is it also possible to solve magnetic 
> problems with GMSH? and how can I choose for this in the program.
> Best regards,
> Ruurd van der Meulen
> meulenaar at hetnet.nl <mailto:meulenaar at hetnet.nl>
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