[SciPy-dev] Scipy, numpy and Abaqus
Wed Feb 27 02:32:50 CST 2008
On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 20:01:34 +0100
"Nils Wagner" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 8 Jan 2008 13:57:07 -0500
> "Gilbert, Linda M CTR USAF AFRL/RXOC"
> <Linda.Gilbert@WPAFB.AF.MIL> wrote:
>>> From: Gilbert, Linda M CTR USAF AFRL/MLOC
>>> Sent: Thursday, January 03, 2008 11:01 AM
>>> To: 'email@example.com'; 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
>>> Subject: Scipy, numpy and Abaqus
>>> Do you know how to get numpy and scipy to work from
>>> Thank you in advance,
>>> Linda Gilbert
>>> RCF Information Systems
> Interesting question. Let me add another question wrt
> Abaqus. I know that you can export element matrices in
> MatrixMarket (*.mtx) format. How about system matrices ?
You can generate matrices representing the following model
structural damping, and
In Abaqus 6.7 use the following option to generate the
stiffness matrix, etc.
*MATRIX GENERATE, STIFFNESS
*MATRIX GENERATE, MASS
*MATRIX GENERATE, VISCOUS DAMPING
*MATRIX GENERATE, STRUCTURAL DAMPING
*MATRIX GENERATE, LOAD
For details see section 10.3.1 of Abaqus Analysis User's
Manual Volume II: Analysis
Generated matrices are output to a text file.
The assembled sparse matrix operator data are written to
the text file as a series of comma-separated lists. Each
row in the file represents a single matrix entry; a row is
with the following elements
1. Row node label
2. Degree of freedom for row node
3. Column node label
4. Degree of freedom for column node
5. Matrix entry
For load matrices, which represent right-hand side vector
data, each row in the text file is written with the
1. Node label
2. Right-hand side vector entry.
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