A new version of Salome-Meca 2019 with a FIX in HDF5 library has been released! This version is available at our download page and solves a major issue concerning "errors on save".
Salome-Meca 2019 has been release on Linux few weeks ago and is now ready for Windows at our download page. This version is based on Salome 9.3 and last AsterStudy update 2019.0.1 and includes Code_Aster 14.4 binary for Windows. This update comes with many new features (discussed below) in Code_Aster, Salome and its new Shaper … Continue reading Salome-Meca 2019 for Windows
Salome-Meca 2018 for Windows is available for download. This version includes AsterStudy 2018.0 and Code_Aster stable 13.6 and testing 14.2 binaries for Windows. The interface does not change much since 2017 version and It should be possible to follow series of tutorials already available on the Web. Note that this version is based on Salome … Continue reading Salome-Meca 2018 for Windows
The Code_Aster for Windows binary package available for free in our download page does not include MPI parallelism. For those interested in performance, we build a premium version, with powerful MPI parallelism and MUMPS 5.1.1, that aims to better exploit multi-core modern processors. We present here performance comparison and time gain by increasing number of processes … Continue reading Code_Aster and MPI parallelism on Windows
This post presents some useful tricks to get started with Salome-Meca Pavavis module (or Paraview). Let's assume you already have followed this tutorial or by another way, got a Code_Aster rmed result file open in Paravis. Deformed Shape As shown in previous posts, it is possible to show the displacement field as a magnitude scalar … Continue reading Beginning with post-processing Paravis module in Salome-Meca
This post is a step-by-step tutorial for beginners wishing to start with the new AsterStudy interface on Windows. This is an update compared to this post, published a few months ago, before AsterStudy came out. We are going to proceed the same way here: Pick up an existing case Run the case Analyze results This … Continue reading Beginning with AsterStudy and Salome-Meca on Windows
Following the many feedback from users, we had the idea of gathering some essential information in a Frequently Asked Question section. We hope this will help new users.
This post shows how to install the salome-platform package on Windows. The same method can be applied to install Salome-Meca for Windows package available in our download page. For Code_Aster Windows standalone package installation, follow this post. Install Salome for windows Download Salome for windows from the official salome-platform download page. Execute the downloaded file. … Continue reading Install Salome on Windows
As demonstrated in a previous post, Salome Paravis module can be used to import Code_Aster rmed results on Windows. Some people showed interest to a standalone ParaView version with Med support as an alternative to Salome. Although official ParaView does not include Med format, the fact of the matter is that it is possible to … Continue reading ParaView Med for Windows to open Code_Aster results
This post presents some performance comparisons which involve Code_Aster Windows. Based on official performance Code_Aster tests, we compare time consumption using different way to run Code_Aster. For each test, the same hardware is used: i3-2120 CPU @ 3.30GHz, cache size : 3072 KB Mem: 16GB Three comparisons are made: GCC/openblas vs Intel/MKL on Linux Mingw64/openblas … Continue reading Code_Aster Windows performances