In this video tutorial, I show you how to use Salome and SesamX to build a shell finite element model and visualize the results. Starting from a shell geometry, I give practical advices to build the mesh with Salome. Then I cover the mesh import from the Salome .med file into SesamX, and how to finalize the model definition with SesamX. Finally, the last part of this tutorial demonstrates how to visualize the computation results with Salome.
I provide all the data you need to follow this tutorial:
- The blue print I use to build the geometry,
- Salome model file (containing the geometry as well as the mesh),
- Salome exported mesh .med file (containing the mesh definition and the groups),
- SesamX input file (model definition completion and linear static computation).
The SesamX free version is enough to properly follow this tutorial.
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