Beginning with post-processing Paravis module in Salome-Meca

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

Install Salome on Windows

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

ParaView Med for Windows to open Code_Aster results

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

Code_Aster Windows performances

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