[Kratos] Kratos for structural simulation

Tom Svilans tsvi en kadk.dk
Mie Mayo 18 17:53:21 CEST 2016


Hi Miguel!

Sorry for the delay... been busy moving around with work.

I did see my question posed in the Mailing List, but so far no answers!

In the meantime, I've tried compiling Kratos from scratch because the Python examples weren't working with the version I got through GiD - and I'm also interested in interfacing the Kratos from other programs / scripts. I ran into some problems which I've posted on the forum about.

Thanks for your help! It's nice to see that the forum is quite active, so hopefully I can look for guidance and help there.

Best,

Tom

From: Miguel Angel Celigueta [mailto:maceli at cimne.upc.edu]
Sent: 15. maj 2016 19:54
To: Tom Svilans <tsvi at kadk.dk>; kratos at listas.cimne.upc.edu
Cc: rrossi at cimne.upc.edu
Subject: RE: [Kratos] Kratos for structural simulation

Did you get the other answers to your question? I think they were sent to the Kratos Mailing List only, but I don't know if you are subscribed to it...


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De: Tom Svilans [mailto:tsvi at kadk.dk]
Enviado el: domingo, 15 de mayo de 2016 17:23
Para: Miguel Angel Celigueta; kratos at listas.cimne.upc.edu<mailto:kratos at listas.cimne.upc.edu>
CC: rrossi at cimne.upc.edu<mailto:rrossi at cimne.upc.edu>
Asunto: RE: [Kratos] Kratos for structural simulation

Hi Miguel,

Thanks a lot for getting in touch! I currently have limited internet access but will try to register again when I get the chance. I'm really keen to try out Kratos and learn how to interface with it.

Are there any good tutorials that deal with 3-dimensional force analysis within compound elements or something like that?

I would be very happy with any advice or tips that you could share! To begin with, I would like to set up a simple straight beam + point load scenario just to get familiar with the way Kratos works and so I can start making the connections with my models. But I will try to register and then take a look through the forum first.

Much thanks!

Tom

From: Miguel Angel Celigueta [mailto:maceli at cimne.upc.edu]
Sent: 11. maj 2016 14:29
To: Tom Svilans <tsvi at kadk.dk<mailto:tsvi at kadk.dk>>; kratos at listas.cimne.upc.edu<mailto:kratos at listas.cimne.upc.edu>
Cc: rrossi at cimne.upc.edu<mailto:rrossi at cimne.upc.edu>
Subject: RE: [Kratos] Kratos for structural simulation

Hello Tom,
The forum registration was disabled for some days due to a cyber attack. Now we re-opened it.
About your question, I don't think Kratos includes developments on glued-laminated elements so far. But I hope the people from structural mechanics (Riccardo?) will answer you with a better knowledge of the actual situation.
Regards,
Miguel Angel

CIMNE Barcelona
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De: kratos-bounces at listas.cimne.upc.edu<mailto:kratos-bounces at listas.cimne.upc.edu> [mailto:kratos-bounces at listas.cimne.upc.edu] En nombre de Tom Svilans
Enviado el: lunes, 02 de mayo de 2016 17:55
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Asunto: [Kratos] Kratos for structural simulation

Hi,

I am a PhD fellow at KADK in Copenhagen looking into the material performance of glued-laminated timber building elements and timber anisotropy. I came across the Kratos Multiphysics framework and have tried installing it. I went through the method of downloading GiD and simply copying Kratos to another folder as I am more interested in the Python backend and will have simulation data coming from and going to different programs.

I am having some issues, however, when following some of the first introductory Python examples. Are they up to date? Where can I ask for help or receive advice about what some of the tools do? Is there a class reference document anywhere that I could look through? Specifically, it cannot find STABILIZATION_FACTOR when initializing the solid_mechanics_python_solver.

I have browsed through the SVN repo, but it's very expansive and it is difficult to find things. Registration on the forum has been disabled, for some reason, so I cannot post there either.

Any help would be really great! Looking forward to using Kratos, it looks very powerful.

Much thanks,

Tom
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