Using SALOME NoteBookΒΆ

SALOME NoteBook allows defining variables to be used for creation and modification of objects.

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“Setting of variables in SALOME NoteBook”

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“Use of variables to add a node in MESH module”

The following limitations on the use of variables still exist:

  • Radial Prism hypothesis - parametrical values are correctly applied, but they are not restored after “Update study” operation.
  • 1D Meshing Hypotheses hypothesis, Distribution with Table Density and Distribution with Analytic Density - parametrical values are not applicable.
  • Translation dialog box, default mode (translation by two points) - parametrical values are correctly applied, but they are not restored after “Update study” operation.
  • Merging nodes dialog box - parametrical value (tolerance of coincident nodes detection) is correctly applied, but it is not restored after “Update study” operation.
  • Revolution dialog box - it is impossible to use the angle of revolution as “total angle” if it is defined as variable.
  • Extrusion along Path dialog box - it is impossible to use “Linear variation of the angles” mode if at least one of those angles is defined as variable.
  • Pattern mapping dialog box - parametrical values (indices of nodes) are correctly applied, but they are not restored after “Update study” operation.
  • Clipping dialog box.
  • Properties dialog box.

Our TUI Scripts provide you with useful examples of Notebook Smesh .

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