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by RobertM
06 Jul 2017, 02:04
Forum: ElmerSolver
Topic: Tolerance on limit displacement boundary condition
Replies: 3
Views: 948

Re: Tolerance on limit displacement boundary condition

Peter; Thank you for your response. With some embarrassment, :oops: I am pleased to report that the limit boundary condition was working as intended, the operator (I) was mis-reading the graphics in ElmerVTK. When I unpacked the data along known surfaces and plotted it it became clear that the limit...
by RobertM
03 Jul 2017, 19:24
Forum: ElmerSolver
Topic: Tolerance on limit displacement boundary condition
Replies: 3
Views: 948

Tolerance on limit displacement boundary condition

I'm trying to use a limit displacement boundary condition in an elastic deflection problem, and was wondering what, if any, solver settings affect the tolerance of the applied limit. This is my current .sif Header CHECK KEYWORDS Warn Mesh DB "." "." Include Path "" Results Directory "" End Simulatio...
by RobertM
26 Apr 2017, 00:37
Forum: ElmerPost
Topic: Timestep control frame rate
Replies: 3
Views: 4337

Re: Timestep control frame rate

First, thank you to all for the wonderful tool and the supportive community. Second, a question/comment. My question is the same as the original poster, how can I slow down the frame rate in ElmerPost? My comment is that the "Edit -> Timestep Control" box appears to display the step index of whateve...
by RobertM
31 Jul 2015, 17:36
Forum: General
Topic: case.ep written to mesh directory
Replies: 4
Views: 1857

Re: case.ep written to mesh directory

Anil; Thank you again for you reply, and also for confirming the behavior I am seeing. I had a vague memory of running Elmer sometime in the past and having the case file written to the parent while the mesh files were in a sub-directory, and was expecting this. In retrospect, this behavior is more ...
by RobertM
30 Jul 2015, 15:41
Forum: General
Topic: case.ep written to mesh directory
Replies: 4
Views: 1857

Re: case.ep written to mesh directory

Anil: Thank you for your quick reply, but I am not seeing the expected behavior: With this header: Header CHECK KEYWORDS Warn Mesh DB "." "hex_test_02" Include Path "" Results Directory "." End and the mesh.* files in the hex_test_02 sub directory, the case file is written into the hex_test_02 subdi...
by RobertM
30 Jul 2015, 05:55
Forum: General
Topic: case.ep written to mesh directory
Replies: 4
Views: 1857

case.ep written to mesh directory

Running ElmerSolver from the terminal I'm confused about controlling the write-to location for the results file. When my .sif file header looks like this: Header CHECK KEYWORDS Warn Mesh DB "." "hex_test_02" Include Path "" Results Directory "" End or this: Header CHECK KEYWORDS Warn Mesh DB "." "he...