v0.14.0
Dam example

# Running problem

import os
from pyvirtualdisplay import Display
display = Display(visible=0, size=(1200, 800))
display.start()
import pyvista as pv
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from matplotlib.colors import ListedColormap
import numpy as np
import pandas as pd
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import matplotlib.image as mpimg
user_name=!whoami
user_name=user_name[0]
print(user_name)
if user_name == 'root':
home_dir = '/mofem_install'
else:
home_dir=os.environ['HOME']
um_view_dir='%s/um_view' % home_dir
bin_dir=um_view_dir + '/bin'
working_dir=um_view_dir + '/nonlinear_elasticity'
data_dir=working_dir + '/examples/dam'
accelartion_file=data_dir+'/accelerogram.in'
time_history_file=data_dir+'/dam_history.in'
block_data_file=data_dir+'/block_data.in'
mesh_file=data_dir+'/dam.h5m'
print(accelartion_file)
print(time_history_file)
print(block_data_file)
print(mesh_file)
plt.rcParams['figure.figsize'] = [15, 10]

# Edit acceleration

In this example we solving problem of structure excitation by earth acceleration, i.e. earthquake. As a input user have to provide t.

Open and edit text file accelerogram.in. You can edit file and upload your own data representing some historic earth quake event.

Interpretation of text file:

• Column 1: Time
• Column 2: Acceleration in X-direction
• Column 3: Acceleration in Y-direction
• Column 4: Acceleration in Z-direction

# Excitation

I some cases additional external forces can check in time, for example hydrostatic pressure of water acting on the dam.

Open and edit text file: dam_history.in

Interpretation of text file:

• Column 1: Time

# Block and properties

Elements on the mesh are grouped in blocks, and blocks can have attached attributes and names. In this particular case, in block_1 are elements represent concrete arch dame. You can set approximation order, elastic material parameters for concrete, parameters for physical damping for (Kelvin–Voigt material)[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kelvin–Voigt_material]. Finally one can set density of material.

Open and edit text file block_data.in.

print(accelartion_file)
!cat {accelartion_file}
print()
print(time_history_file)
!cat {time_history_file}
print()
print(block_data_file)
!cat {block_data_file}

# Running code

NumberOfProcessors=2
final_time=1.5
time_step=0.01
# Using -my_output_prt -1, each time step is post-processed. In some cases
# every n-th step can be save on hard-drive, then set -my_output_prt -2, if
# every \em even you like to save. If option number is positive in addition
# restart file is saved, this allow to kick-start calculations from last
# converged step.
output_every_step=-5
log_file=data_dir+'/log'
!cd {data_dir} && rm -f out_values*.*
!cd {data_dir} && \
{bin_dir}/mpirun --allow-run-as-root -np {NumberOfProcessors} {working_dir}/nonlinear_dynamics \
-my_file {mesh_file} \
-my_time_data_file {time_history_file} \
-my_accelerogram {accelartion_file} \
-ts_dt {time_step} \
-ts_max_time {final_time} \
-ts_max_snes_failures -1 \
-my_solve_at_time_zero 1 \
-my_output_prt {output_every_step} \
-my_max_post_proc_ref_level 0 \
-my_disp_order 1 \
-default_material HOOKE \
-is_linear \
-snes_lag_jacobian 1 \
-elastic_material_configuration {block_data_file} \
-log_no_color \
-options_suppress_deprecated_warnings \
2>&1 | tee {log_file}
energy_log=data_dir+'/energy_log'
%cd {data_dir}
!grep "Kinetic Energy" {log_file} > {energy_log}
#print(data)
# Create plots with pre-defined labels.
fig, ax = plt.subplots()
ax.plot(data[5].to_numpy(), data[8].to_numpy(), 'r-', label='Strain energy')
ax.plot(data[5].to_numpy(), data[11].to_numpy(), 'b-', label='Kinematic energy')
ax.plot(data[5].to_numpy(), data[13].to_numpy(), 'k+--', label='Total energy')
legend = ax.legend(loc='upper right', shadow=True, fontsize='x-large')
ax.set(xlabel='time (s)', ylabel='Energy',
title='Energy in time')
%cd {data_dir}
list_of_files=!ls -c1 out*h5m
for f in list_of_files:
!{bin_dir}/mbconvert {f} {f}.vtk
my_cmap = plt.cm.get_cmap("jet", 24)
nb_steps=!ls -c1 out*h5m.vtk | wc -l
nb_steps=int(nb_steps[0])
print(nb_steps)
file='out_values_%d.h5m.vtk' % (50)
# Scale displacements
scale_factor=2e4
#mesh=mesh.warp_by_vector('DISPLACEMENT',factor=scale_factor)
# Create a plotter object
plotter = pv.Plotter()
#print('Orient the view, then press "q" to close window and produce movie')
# setup camera and close
plotter.show(auto_close=False)
# Open a gif
out_gif=data_dir+'/dam.gif'
plotter.open_gif(out_gif)
print(out_gif)
list_of_files=!ls -c1 out*h5m.vtk
for f in list_of_files:
print('Render file ',f)