[GiDlist] Problem type encryption

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sujith gowda

[GiDlist] Problem type encryption

Postby sujith gowda » Tue Nov 04, 2014 1:35 pm

Hi,

I want to know how to make a file to be accessed (can use but not the code
inside through editors) by authorized persons but not from any other.

The files like : *.bas, *.cnd, etc which are present in the problemtypes
folder of ansys55. (attached snapshot). These example files given can be
opened to see the contents in it. But,
If we prepare a new problemtype and want others to access(execute) through
GiD but not the program/code/data inside these files.

Kindly let me know if there is possibility to secure like this,

Thank you,


*Sujith Gowda H S*
Universität Stuttgart
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amit Dhankhar

[GiDlist] Overlapping mesh elements

Postby amit Dhankhar » Tue Nov 04, 2014 7:26 pm

Hi,

Is there a possibility of overlapping mesh elements when we're meshing
multiple volumes? I have the following geometry (basically 3 volumes- a
cube with a cylindrical hole and two cylindrical volumes, each run upto
half length of the cube)

[image: Inline image 1][image: Inline image 2]

I am observing some very close nodes near the cylindrical volumes which
might implicate overlapping elements. Is there a way to check for such
elements if there are any? I have turned off the auto-correct mesh
correction preference since I want to have nearly equal size mesh elements.

Thanks!
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[GiDlist] Overlapping mesh elements

Postby escolano » Tue Nov 04, 2014 8:01 pm

Are the surfaces shared by volumes?

Then you will have shared nodes and connected elements, but they won’t be overlapped.

If surfaces were not shared you will obtain different nodes for each surface, and off course overlapped curved surfaces will provide overlapped elements

(e.g. If do you mesh two arc lines on the same location with different sizes you will obtain overlapped polygonals !!)



If do you have a single shared surface, but force ‘Mesh-Mesh criteria-Duplicate-Surfaces’ as trick to have a copy of the nodes on each volume

then you will have exactly the same position of the nodes on each side, and then elements were not overlapped, they are just tangents.



Enrique



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Enviado el: martes, 4 de noviembre de 2014 19:26
Para: gidlist at listas.cimne.upc.edu
Asunto: [GiDlist] Overlapping mesh elements



Hi,

Is there a possibility of overlapping mesh elements when we're meshing multiple volumes? I have the following geometry (basically 3 volumes- a cube with a cylindrical hole and two cylindrical volumes, each run upto half length of the cube)

Inline image 1Inline image 2



I am observing some very close nodes near the cylindrical volumes which might implicate overlapping elements. Is there a way to check for such elements if there are any? I have turned off the auto-correct mesh correction preference since I want to have nearly equal size mesh elements.

Thanks!

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[GiDlist] Problem type encryption

Postby escolano » Wed Nov 05, 2014 11:43 am

Tcl/Tk itself is an standart scripting language,

You can find documentation about it on the web, e.g.

Tcl tutorial: http://www.tcl.tk/man/tcl8.5/tutorial/tcltutorial.html

Tcl/Tk commands reference http://www.tcl.tk/man/tcl8.6



On the other hand GiD add some extra commands (e.g. to access to its geometry, mesh and data)

You can find GiD specific information in Help-Customization help-Tcl/Tk extension



Enrique



De: sujith gowda [mailto:sujit18.11 at gmail.com]
Enviado el: miércoles, 5 de noviembre de 2014 0:19
Para: Enrique Escolano
Asunto: Re: [GiDlist] Problem type encryption



Hello Sir,
Thanks for the support.


And also I want to know about writing .tcl files,
Can I get any tutorial or examples or guidance to write it for different purposes,
example: to make our own type of node numbering etc.



Thank you,




Sujith Gowda H S
Second Year M.Sc in COMMAS,
Universität Stuttgart,

Germany
Phone: +49-17672126512
e-mail : sujit18.11 at gmail.com mailto:sujit18.11 at gmail.com



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[GiDlist] Problem type encryption

Postby sujith gowda » Wed Nov 05, 2014 1:52 pm

Thank you,
I will go through these


*Sujith Gowda H S*
Second Year M.Sc in COMMAS,
Universität Stuttgart,
Germany
Phone: +49-17672126512
e-mail : sujit18.11 at gmail.com

On 5 November 2014 11:43, Enrique Escolano escolano at cimne.upc.edu wrote:

Tcl/Tk itself is an standart scripting language,

You can find documentation about it on the web, e.g.

Tcl tutorial: http://www.tcl.tk/man/tcl8.5/tutorial/tcltutorial.html

Tcl/Tk commands reference http://www.tcl.tk/man/tcl8.6



On the other hand GiD add some extra commands (e.g. to access to its
geometry, mesh and data)

You can find GiD specific information in Help-Customization help-Tcl/Tk
extension



Enrique



*De:* sujith gowda [mailto:sujit18.11 at gmail.com]
*Enviado el:* miércoles, 5 de noviembre de 2014 0:19
*Para:* Enrique Escolano
*Asunto:* Re: [GiDlist] Problem type encryption



Hello Sir,
Thanks for the support.


And also I want to know about writing .tcl files,
Can I get any tutorial or examples or guidance to write it for different
purposes,
example: to make our own type of node numbering etc.



Thank you,


*Sujith Gowda H S*
Second Year M.Sc in COMMAS,
Universität Stuttgart,

Germany
Phone: +49-17672126512
e-mail : sujit18.11 at gmail.com



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