[GiDlist] using gid in batch mode in Windows Vista

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Rodrigo Augusto

[GiDlist] using gid in batch mode in Windows Vista

Postby Rodrigo Augusto » Sat Aug 09, 2008 2:58 am

dears,

How can I do to use GiD in prompt command in windows Vista? I thought that
is the same way that I used to do in Windows XP, but I got a error message
to set a variable system called GIDDEFAULT.
I am using GiD 8.0.9 in windows Vista Ultimate.


Sincerely

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Rodrigo Alves Augusto
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anna
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[GiDlist] using gid in batch mode in Windows Vista

Postby anna » Mon Aug 11, 2008 10:17 am

Dear Rodrigo,

Please try to disable the User Account Control (UAC) from Control Panel
- User Account - User Account - Turn User Account Control on or off**.
Restart your computer and try to launch GiD again. The UAC may cause the
error.
In any case, please let me know the message error.

Best regards,

Anna

Rodrigo Augusto escribió:
dears,

How can I do to use GiD in prompt command in windows Vista? I thought
that is the same way that I used to do in Windows XP, but I got a
error message to set a variable system called GIDDEFAULT.
I am using GiD 8.0.9 in windows Vista Ultimate.


Sincerely

--
Rodrigo Alves Augusto
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Jonas Cordazzo

[GiDlist] How to generate a grid without adding new nodes?

Postby Jonas Cordazzo » Fri Aug 15, 2008 2:58 pm

Hi

I would need to know if it is possible to generate a grid composed by triangles employing only the original nodes belonging to the original surface, no matter if the shape of resulting triangles be not so good.
I am dealing with a problem that is not possible to create additional (new) nodes to the domain.

Thank you.


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[GiDlist] How to generate a grid without adding new nodes?

Postby abelcs » Mon Aug 25, 2008 3:29 pm

Dear

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Dear Jonas,

The only way to generate a mesh without adding extra nodes is to force to
mesh with a size bigger than the surface size. You should set all the lines
as structured (with one division), and set a very big mesh size when you
selecte 'Mesh-Generate'. You should also have to set the 'Automatic correct
Sizes' to NULL (in Utilities-Preferences-Meshing).

Regards,

ABEL

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Hi

I would need to know if it is possible to generate a grid composed by
triangles employing only the original nodes belonging to the original
surface, no matter if the shape of resulting triangles be not so good.
I am dealing with a problem that is not possible to create additional (new)
nodes to the domain.

Thank you.




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