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0 Post-Processing

User’s guide

Université de Montpellier 2 - CNRS

dubois@lmgc.univ-montp2.fr

2 Laboratoire de Mécanique des Contacts et des Structures

INSA de Lyon - CNRS

Mathieu.Renouf@insa-lyon.fr

January 2008

1 Introduction

2 Command list

3 BEFORE COMPUTATION

4 DURING COMPUTATION

5 AFTER COMPUTATION

6 Examples

Introduction

The LMGC90 post-processing relies on a list of commands in the same way that the list of CHIC

commands used in the file COMMAND.DAT. The post-processing command are located in the

POSTPRO.DAT file in the DATBOX directory.

Introduction

The LMGC90 post-processing relies on a list of commands in the same way that the list of CHIC

commands used in the file COMMAND.DAT. The post-processing command are located in the

POSTPRO.DAT file in the DATBOX directory.

Introduction

The LMGC90 post-processing relies on a list of commands in the same way that the list of CHIC

commands used in the file COMMAND.DAT. The post-processing command are located in the

POSTPRO.DAT file in the DATBOX directory.

Before computation phase used to analyse the initial data of a simulation.

Introduction

commands used in the file COMMAND.DAT. The post-processing command are located in the

POSTPRO.DAT file in the DATBOX directory.

Before computation phase used to analyse the initial data of a simulation.

During computation phase used to recup and store informations during the simulation

process.

Introduction

commands used in the file COMMAND.DAT. The post-processing command are located in the

POSTPRO.DAT file in the DATBOX directory.

Before computation phase used to analyse the initial data of a simulation.

During computation phase used to recup and store informations during the simulation

process.

After computation phase used to analyse the final state of a simulation.

Introduction

commands used in the file COMMAND.DAT. The post-processing command are located in the

POSTPRO.DAT file in the DATBOX directory.

Before computation phase used to analyse the initial data of a simulation.

During computation phase used to recup and store informations during the simulation

process.

After computation phase used to analyse the final state of a simulation.

This natural decomposition is reproduced using CHIC command related to post-processing.

The post-processing could be performed during the simulation or using the Vloc Rloc.OUT and

DOF.OUT output files.

Introduction

If the post-processing will be performed during the simulation, the user needs to add some extra

commands in the file COMMAND.DAT:

Introduction

If the post-processing will be performed during the simulation, the user needs to add some extra

commands in the file COMMAND.DAT:

START POSTPRO to store all commands which must be used and initialize the

post-processing structure.

Introduction

If the post-processing will be performed during the simulation, the user needs to add some extra

commands in the file COMMAND.DAT:

START POSTPRO to store all commands which must be used and initialize the

post-processing structure.

POSTPRO DURING COMPUTATION to scan commands which must be executed during

the simulation process.

Introduction

If the post-processing will be performed during the simulation, the user needs to add some extra

commands in the file COMMAND.DAT:

START POSTPRO to store all commands which must be used and initialize the

post-processing structure.

POSTPRO DURING COMPUTATION to scan commands which must be executed during

the simulation process.

POSTPRO AFTER COMPUTATION to scan commands which must executed after the

simulation

Introduction

If the post-processing will be performed during the simulation, the user needs to add some extra

commands in the file COMMAND.DAT:

START POSTPRO to store all commands which must be used and initialize the

post-processing structure.

POSTPRO DURING COMPUTATION to scan commands which must be executed during

the simulation process.

POSTPRO AFTER COMPUTATION to scan commands which must executed after the

simulation

If the post-processing will be performed using output files, the user does not need to launch again

the simulation. The command file must be changed a minima,using the previous command and

the following ones:

Introduction

If the post-processing will be performed during the simulation, the user needs to add some extra

commands in the file COMMAND.DAT:

START POSTPRO to store all commands which must be used and initialize the

post-processing structure.

POSTPRO DURING COMPUTATION to scan commands which must be executed during

the simulation process.

POSTPRO AFTER COMPUTATION to scan commands which must executed after the

simulation

If the post-processing will be performed using output files, the user does not need to launch again

the simulation. The command file must be changed a minima,using the previous command and

the following ones:

INIT POST DATA to init data and specify the first and last ID files to read (give on the lines

after the command).

Introduction

If the post-processing will be performed during the simulation, the user needs to add some extra

commands in the file COMMAND.DAT:

START POSTPRO to store all commands which must be used and initialize the

post-processing structure.

POSTPRO DURING COMPUTATION to scan commands which must be executed during

the simulation process.

POSTPRO AFTER COMPUTATION to scan commands which must executed after the

simulation

If the post-processing will be performed using output files, the user does not need to launch again

the simulation. The command file must be changed a minima,using the previous command and

the following ones:

INIT POST DATA to init data and specify the first and last ID files to read (give on the lines

after the command).

UPDATE POST DATA to update the output file to read.

Introduction

If the post-processing will be performed during the simulation, the user needs to add some extra

commands in the file COMMAND.DAT:

START POSTPRO to store all commands which must be used and initialize the

post-processing structure.

POSTPRO DURING COMPUTATION to scan commands which must be executed during

the simulation process.

POSTPRO AFTER COMPUTATION to scan commands which must executed after the

simulation

If the post-processing will be performed using output files, the user does not need to launch again

the simulation. The command file must be changed a minima,using the previous command and

the following ones:

INIT POST DATA to init data and specify the first and last ID files to read (give on the lines

after the command).

UPDATE POST DATA to update the output file to read.

In both cases, the resulting files are written in the POSTPRO directory.

Introduction

In the case of the post treatment using output files, extra command must be used in the

COMMAND.DATfile to study specific area in the sample. The synopsis of the command is the

following:

CIRCULAR SELECTION

Xc

Yc

Radius

where (Xc,Yc) are the center of the selected area and Radius its radius.

Introduction

In the case of the post treatment using output files, extra command must be used in the

COMMAND.DATfile to study specific area in the sample. The synopsis of the command is the

following:

CIRCULAR SELECTION

Xc

Yc

Radius

where (Xc,Yc) are the center of the selected area and Radius its radius.

It is possible to translate the selection during the post treatment.The synopsis of the command is

the following:

SELECTION TRANSLATION

dXc

dYc

where (dXc,dYc ar the increment of translation add between the analyze of two sets of output

files.

Command list

1 Introduction

2 Command list

3 BEFORE COMPUTATION

4 DURING COMPUTATION

5 AFTER COMPUTATION

6 Examples

Command list

BEFORE COMPUTATION

DURING COMPUTATION

NORMAL CONTACT DISTRIBUTION SOLVER INFORMATIONS DOUBLET INTERACTIONS

SNAPSHOT SAMPLE MP SNAPSHOT SAMPLE AVERAGE VELOCITY EVOLUTION

DRY CONTACT NATURE WET CONTACT NATURE KINETIC ENERGY

SPECIES KINETIC ENERGY VIOLATION EVOLUTION PLPLx ANALYSIS

QUASI SLIDING CONTACT ELECTRO EVOLUTION NL ELECTRO EVOLUTION

CONTACT FORCE DISTRIBUTION NETWORK EVOLUTION Fint EVOLUTION

Dep EVOLUTION

AFTER COMPUTATION

Dist MAILx

BEFORE COMPUTATION commands

1 Introduction

2 Command list

3 BEFORE COMPUTATION

4 DURING COMPUTATION

5 AFTER COMPUTATION

6 Examples

NEW MECAx SETS

The command allows the definition of node sets. The command must be used when the

command Fint EVOLUTION, Dep EVOLUTION and are used.

The synopsis of the command in the POSTPRO.DAT file is the following:

n

id1 m1

N1 1

...

N1 m1

...

idn mn

Nn 1

...

Nn mn

where n is the number of sets, idi and mi the type and the number of node of the set i and

Ni 1,...,Ni mi the list of nodes.

NEW RIGID SETS

The synopsis of the command in the POSTPRO.DAT file is the following:

n

m1

N1 1

...

N1 m1

mn

Nn 1

...

Nn mn

where n is the number of sets, mi the number of bodiesin the set i and Ni 1,...,Ni mi the list of

bodies included in the set.

DURING COMPUTATION commands

1 Introduction

2 Command list

3 BEFORE COMPUTATION

4 DURING COMPUTATION

5 AFTER COMPUTATION

6 Examples

BODY TRACKING

The command alloaws to track specified body and to store cinematic information related to the

tracked body such as displacement along X and Y, the body rotation as well as the three

component of the velocity vector. Data are stored in files BODY TRACKING XXXXX.DAT as:

t, ux , uy , ω, vx , vy , ω̇ (1)

where t is the simulation time, ux and uy the displacements along the X and Y axis, ω the body

rotation, vx et vy the components of the velocity vector along X and Y while ω̇ denote the body

splin.

BODY TRACKING

The command alloaws to track specified body and to store cinematic information related to the

tracked body such as displacement along X and Y, the body rotation as well as the three

component of the velocity vector. Data are stored in files BODY TRACKING XXXXX.DAT as:

t, ux , uy , ω, vx , vy , ω̇ (1)

where t is the simulation time, ux and uy the displacements along the X and Y axis, ω the body

rotation, vx et vy the components of the velocity vector along X and Y while ω̇ denote the body

splin.

The synopsis of the command in the POSTPRO.DAT file is the following:

BODY TRACKING

STEP N

nb

ID 1

...

ID nb

where N denotes the command period, nb the number of tracking bodies and ID i the index of

the body in the RBDY2 list.

There is nb files BODY TRACKING XXXXX.DAT created where each file is identified by the

body index instead of the XXXXX characters.

COORDINATION NUMBER

The command allows to track the evolution of the coodination number according to different

definitions: np nc nt na

c0 = c+ = c− = c= (2)

nb nb nb nb

where np , nc , nt , na and nb denote respectively the mean number of rough contacts, the mean

number contacts in compression, the mean number contact in traction, the mean number of

active contacts and the number of bodies. Data are stored in files

BODY TRACKING XXXXX.DAT as:

t, c0 , c+ , c− , c (3)

COORDINATION NUMBER

The command allows to track the evolution of the coodination number according to different

definitions: np nc nt na

c0 = c+ = c− = c= (2)

nb nb nb nb

where np , nc , nt , na and nb denote respectively the mean number of rough contacts, the mean

number contacts in compression, the mean number contact in traction, the mean number of

active contacts and the number of bodies. Data are stored in files

BODY TRACKING XXXXX.DAT as:

t, c0 , c+ , c− , c (3)

COORDINATION NUMBER

STEP N

TORQUE EVOLUTION

The command allows to track the evolution of the torque of contact forces of different bodies.

Data are stored in files TORQUE EVOLUTION XXXXX.DAT as:

t, Rx , Ry , Mz (4)

where t is the simulation time, Rx and Ry the components along X and Y, and Mz the

momemtum according to the Z direction.

TORQUE EVOLUTION

The command allows to track the evolution of the torque of contact forces of different bodies.

Data are stored in files TORQUE EVOLUTION XXXXX.DAT as:

t, Rx , Ry , Mz (4)

where t is the simulation time, Rx and Ry the components along X and Y, and Mz the

momemtum according to the Z direction.

TORQUE EVOLUTION

STEP N

nb

ID 1

...

ID nb

where N denotes the command period, nb the number of tracking bodies and ID i the index of

the body in the RBDY2 list.

There is nb files TORQUE EVOLUTION XXXXX.DAT created where each file is identified by the

body index instead of the XXXXX characters.

NORMAL CONTACT DISTRIBUTION

The command allows the representation of normal contact vector distribution between DISKx or

POLYG. Three representations are available related to the global contact network, the weak

contact network and the strong contact network. The difference between the strong and weak

contact networks is made in regards of the mean value of the normal contact force r¯n defined as:

na

1 X

r¯n = rα (5)

na α=1 n

where na denotes the number of active contact (non nul) and rnα the normal force associated to

contact α.

NORMAL CONTACT DISTRIBUTION

The command allows the representation of normal contact vector distribution between DISKx or

POLYG. Three representations are available related to the global contact network, the weak

contact network and the strong contact network. The difference between the strong and weak

contact networks is made in regards of the mean value of the normal contact force r¯n defined as:

na

1 X

r¯n = rα (5)

na α=1 n

where na denotes the number of active contact (non nul) and rnα the normal force associated to

contact α.

Data are stored in two files. The first file is the file NORMAL CONTACT DISTRIBUTION.DAT

where the diagram data are stored as:

XG , YG , XW , YW , XS , YS (6)

where indices G , W and S refer respectively to global, weak and strong contact network.

The second file is the file P2THETA.DAT where the histogram data are stored as:

θi , NG , NW , NS (7)

where θi is the sector value (in radian) ranging from −π to π, NG , NW and NS the percent of

contact of the global, weak and strong contact network in the θi direction.

NORMAL CONTACT DISTRIBUTION

STEP N

ns

where N denotes the command period, nb the number of angular sectors of the upper part.

SOLVER INFORMATIONS

The command allows to track the evolution of the number of iterations, the last value of error

criteria (after convergence or not) and the contact number. Data are stored in file

SOLVER INFORMATIONS.DAT as:

t, Nit , 1 , 3 , 3 , nc (8)

where t is the simulation time, Nit the number of iterations, i (i=1,2,3) the last values of error

criteria and nc the number of contacts.

SOLVER INFORMATIONS

The command allows to track the evolution of the number of iterations, the last value of error

criteria (after convergence or not) and the contact number. Data are stored in file

SOLVER INFORMATIONS.DAT as:

t, Nit , 1 , 3 , 3 , nc (8)

where t is the simulation time, Nit the number of iterations, i (i=1,2,3) the last values of error

criteria and nc the number of contacts.

SOLVER INFORMATIONS

STEP N

DOUBLET INTERACTIONS

The command allows to track the evolution of a contact between two RBDY2. Data are stored in

the file DOUBLET INTERACTIONS.DAT as:

t, g , g0 , rn , rt , vn , vt (9)

where t is the simulation time, g and g0 the distance between particles before and after

computation, rn et rt the normal and tangential forces, vn andvt the normal and tangential

relative velocity.

DOUBLET INTERACTIONS

The command allows to track the evolution of a contact between two RBDY2. Data are stored in

the file DOUBLET INTERACTIONS.DAT as:

t, g , g0 , rn , rt , vn , vt (9)

where t is the simulation time, g and g0 the distance between particles before and after

computation, rn et rt the normal and tangential forces, vn andvt the normal and tangential

relative velocity.

DOUBLET INTERACTIONS

STEP N

ID1

ID2

where N denotes the command period, ID1 and ID2 the two body identifiant.

SNAPSHOT SAMPLE

The command allows to make a snapshot of the mechanical sample. For each snapshot, data are

stored in a file SNAPSHOTXXXX.DAT where XXXX denotes the file index. Each file are

composed of 11 column and nb lignes, where nb is the number of bodies. Each line is structured

as:

X , Y , A, Vx , Vy , ω̇, σ11 , σ12 , σ21 , σ22 , c (10)

where X and Y denotes the body, A the body area, Vx and Vy the component of the velocity

along X and Y respectively, ω̇ the spin, σ the body stress tensor and c the coordination number.

SNAPSHOT SAMPLE

The command allows to make a snapshot of the mechanical sample. For each snapshot, data are

stored in a file SNAPSHOTXXXX.DAT where XXXX denotes the file index. Each file are

composed of 11 column and nb lignes, where nb is the number of bodies. Each line is structured

as:

X , Y , A, Vx , Vy , ω̇, σ11 , σ12 , σ21 , σ22 , c (10)

where X and Y denotes the body, A the body area, Vx and Vy the component of the velocity

along X and Y respectively, ω̇ the spin, σ the body stress tensor and c the coordination number.

SNAPSHOT SAMPLE

STEP N

MP SNAPSHOT SAMPLE

The command allows to make a snapshot of the thermal, electrical and mechanical sample. For

each snapshot, data are stored in a file SNAPSHOTXXXX.DAT where XXXX denotes the file

index. Each file are composed of 16 column and nb lignes, where nb is the number of bodies.

Each line is structured as:

where X and Y denotes the body, A the body area, Vx and Vy the component of the velocity

along X and Y respectively, ω̇ the spin, σ the body stress tensor, c the coordination number, T

the temperature, CT the thermal conductivity, E the electrical potential, CE the electrical

conductivity and β the wear componant (used in CZM law).

MP SNAPSHOT SAMPLE

The command allows to make a snapshot of the thermal, electrical and mechanical sample. For

each snapshot, data are stored in a file SNAPSHOTXXXX.DAT where XXXX denotes the file

index. Each file are composed of 16 column and nb lignes, where nb is the number of bodies.

Each line is structured as:

where X and Y denotes the body, A the body area, Vx and Vy the component of the velocity

along X and Y respectively, ω̇ the spin, σ the body stress tensor, c the coordination number, T

the temperature, CT the thermal conductivity, E the electrical potential, CE the electrical

conductivity and β the wear componant (used in CZM law).

MP SNAPSHOT SAMPLE

STEP N

AVERAGE VELOCITY EVOLUTION

The command allows to determine the average velocity of a sample during the simulation process.

Data are stored in the file AVERAGE VELOCITY.DAT as:

¯ kV̄ k

t, V̄x , V̄y , ω̇, (12)

¯ mean splin and

where t is the simulation time, V̄x and V̄y the mean velocity along X and Y, ω̇

kV̄ k the euclidian norm of the mean velocity.

AVERAGE VELOCITY EVOLUTION

The command allows to determine the average velocity of a sample during the simulation process.

Data are stored in the file AVERAGE VELOCITY.DAT as:

¯ kV̄ k

t, V̄x , V̄y , ω̇, (12)

¯ mean splin and

where t is the simulation time, V̄x and V̄y the mean velocity along X and Y, ω̇

kV̄ k the euclidian norm of the mean velocity.

STEP N

DRY CONTACT NATURE

The command allows to track the evolution of the number of contacts according to their status

for dry contact law. Data are stored in the file DRY CONTACT NATURE.DAT as:

w s w s

t, Nno , NSlide , NSlide , NStick , NStick (13)

where t is the simulation time, Nno the number of non active contacts, w

NSlide

and s

NSlide

the

w

number of sliding contact for the weak and strong network respectively, and NStick s

and NStick the

number of sticking contacts for the weak and strong network respectively.

DRY CONTACT NATURE

The command allows to track the evolution of the number of contacts according to their status

for dry contact law. Data are stored in the file DRY CONTACT NATURE.DAT as:

w s w s

t, Nno , NSlide , NSlide , NStick , NStick (13)

where t is the simulation time, Nno the number of non active contacts, and w

NSlidethe s

NSlide

w

number of sliding contact for the weak and strong network respectively, and NStick s

and NStick the

number of sticking contacts for the weak and strong network respectively.

STEP N

WET CONTACT NATURE

The command allows to track the evolution of the number of contacts according to their status

for cohesive contact law. Data are stored in the file WET CONTACT NATURE.DAT as:

where t is the simulation time, NStick the number of sticking contacts, NSlide the number of

sliding contac et Nno the number of non active contacts.

WET CONTACT NATURE

The command allows to track the evolution of the number of contacts according to their status

for cohesive contact law. Data are stored in the file WET CONTACT NATURE.DAT as:

where t is the simulation time, NStick the number of sticking contacts, NSlide the number of

sliding contac et Nno the number of non active contacts.

STEP N

KINETIC ENERGY

The command allows to compute the kinetic energy of a sample as well as the power and the

variation of kinetic energy during the simulation process. The kinetic energy and the potential

energy are defined as:

nb nb

1X X

Ec = {mi Vi2 + Ii ω̇i2 } Ep = mi g.q (15)

2 i=1 i=1

where nb denotes the number of bodies, mi the mass of body i, Vi its velocity, Ii its inertia

momentum and ω̇i its spin. g denotes the gravity acceleration and q the body position.

KINETIC ENERGY

The command allows to compute the kinetic energy of a sample as well as the power and the

variation of kinetic energy during the simulation process. The kinetic energy and the potential

energy are defined as:

nb nb

1X X

Ec = {mi Vi2 + Ii ω̇i2 } Ep = mi g.q (15)

2 i=1 i=1

where nb denotes the number of bodies, mi the mass of body i, Vi its velocity, Ii its inertia

momentum and ω̇i its spin. g denotes the gravity acceleration and q the body position.

t, Ec , Ep , ∆E, P, (16)

where t is the simulation time, Ec and Ep denote the kinetic and potential energy respectively,

∆E the energy variation and P the power of the system.

KINETIC ENERGY

The command allows to compute the kinetic energy of a sample as well as the power and the

variation of kinetic energy during the simulation process. The kinetic energy and the potential

energy are defined as:

nb nb

1X X

Ec = {mi Vi2 + Ii ω̇i2 } Ep = mi g.q (15)

2 i=1 i=1

where nb denotes the number of bodies, mi the mass of body i, Vi its velocity, Ii its inertia

momentum and ω̇i its spin. g denotes the gravity acceleration and q the body position.

t, Ec , Ep , ∆E, P, (16)

where t is the simulation time, Ec and Ep denote the kinetic and potential energy respectively,

∆E the energy variation and P the power of the system. The synopsis of the command in the

POSTPRO.DAT file is the following:

KINETIC ENERGY

STEP N

SPECIES KINETIC ENERGY

The command allows to compute the kinetic energy of different species of a sample as well as the

power and the variation of kinetic energy during the simulation process. The kinetic energy is

defined as it is for the KINETIC ENERGY command. Data are stored in the file

XXXXX KINETIC ENERGY.DAT as:

t, Ec , Ep , ∆E, P (17)

where t is the simulation time, Ec and Ep denote the kinetic and potential energy respectively,

∆E the energy variation and P the power of the system.

SPECIES KINETIC ENERGY

The command allows to compute the kinetic energy of different species of a sample as well as the

power and the variation of kinetic energy during the simulation process. The kinetic energy is

defined as it is for the KINETIC ENERGY command. Data are stored in the file

XXXXX KINETIC ENERGY.DAT as:

t, Ec , Ep , ∆E, P (17)

where t is the simulation time, Ec and Ep denote the kinetic and potential energy respectively,

∆E the energy variation and P the power of the system.

KINETIC ENERGY

STEP N

ns ¡

S1

...

S ns

where N denotes the command period, ns the number of species, S i the different tracked

species. There is ns files XXXXX KINETIC ENERGY.DAT created where each file is identified by

the species name instead of the XXXXX characters.

VIOLATION EVOLUTION

The command compute the mean and maximal violation in a sample during the simulation

process. The mean and maximal violation are defined as:

8

1 X

< Vmean =

> max(0, |gα |)

nc α (18)

: Vmax = max{max(0, |gα |)}

>

α

where nc denotes the number of contacts and gα the gap associated to contact α.

Data are stored in the file VIOLATION EVOLUTION.DAT as:

0 0

t, Vmean , Vmean , Vmax , Vmax (19)

where t is the 0

simulation time, Vmean et Vmean the mean violations at the beginning and the end

of a time step 0

and Vmax et Vmax the maximal violations at the beginning and the end of a time

step.

VIOLATION EVOLUTION

The command compute the mean and maximal violation in a sample during the simulation

process. The mean and maximal violation are defined as:

8

1 X

< Vmean =

> max(0, |gα |)

nc α (18)

: Vmax = max{max(0, |gα |)}

>

α

where nc denotes the number of contacts and gα the gap associated to contact α.

Data are stored in the file VIOLATION EVOLUTION.DAT as:

0 0

t, Vmean , Vmean , Vmax , Vmax (19)

where t is the 0

simulation time, Vmean et Vmean the mean violations at the beginning and the end

of a time step 0

and Vmax et Vmax the maximal violations at the beginning and the end of a time

step.

VIOLATION EVOLUTION

STEP N

PLPLx ANALYSIS

The command determines the number of simple contacts and the number of double contacts in a

polygon sample. Data are stored in the file PLPLx ANALYSIS.DAT as:

t, Ns , Nd (20)

where t is the simulation time, Ns the number of simple contacts and Nd the number of double

contacts.

PLPLx ANALYSIS

The command determines the number of simple contacts and the number of double contacts in a

polygon sample. Data are stored in the file PLPLx ANALYSIS.DAT as:

t, Ns , Nd (20)

where t is the simulation time, Ns the number of simple contacts and Nd the number of double

contacts.

PLPLx ANALYSIS

STEP N

QUASI SLIDING CONTACT

The command computes the number of contacts for which the tangential force rt is closed of the

sliding threshold µrn . To be taken into account, the tangential force of a contact must satisfied:

QUASI SLIDING CONTACT EVOLUTION.DAT as:

t, N, p (22)

where t is the simulation time, N the number of quasi sliding contacts and p the quasi sliding

contacts percent.

QUASI SLIDING CONTACT

The command computes the number of contacts for which the tangential force rt is closed of the

sliding threshold µrn . To be taken into account, the tangential force of a contact must satisfied:

QUASI SLIDING CONTACT EVOLUTION.DAT as:

t, N, p (22)

where t is the simulation time, N the number of quasi sliding contacts and p the quasi sliding

contacts percent.

STEP N

P

where N denotes the command period and P the part of the friction threshold in less (in percent).

ELECTRO EVOLUTION

The command allows the storage of electrical output during the simulation process. Data are

stored in the file ELECTRO EVOLUTION.DAT as:

t, iter , , I , R, U, V − , C̄ (23)

where t is the simulation time, iter the number of iterations for the resolution of the electrical

problem, the error value, I the electric current intensity, R the equivalent resistance, U the

electrical tension, V − the electrical potential of the exit node and C̄ the mean conductance.

ELECTRO EVOLUTION

The command allows the storage of electrical output during the simulation process. Data are

stored in the file ELECTRO EVOLUTION.DAT as:

t, iter , , I , R, U, V − , C̄ (23)

where t is the simulation time, iter the number of iterations for the resolution of the electrical

problem, the error value, I the electric current intensity, R the equivalent resistance, U the

electrical tension, V − the electrical potential of the exit node and C̄ the mean conductance.

The synopsis of the command in the POSTPRO.DAT file is the following:

ELECTRO EVOLUTION

STEP N

NL ELECTRO EVOLUTION

The command allows the storage of electrical output during the non linear simulation process.

Data are stored in the file NL ELECTRO EVOLUTION.DAT as:

where t is the simulation time, iter the number of iterations for the resolution of the non linear

electrical problem, the error value, No the number of oxyde layers, ∆No the number of electrical

status variations, P̄, P − et P + the mean, minimal and maximal electrical power, U the electrical

tension and I the electric current intensity.

NL ELECTRO EVOLUTION

The command allows the storage of electrical output during the non linear simulation process.

Data are stored in the file NL ELECTRO EVOLUTION.DAT as:

where t is the simulation time, iter the number of iterations for the resolution of the non linear

electrical problem, the error value, No the number of oxyde layers, ∆No the number of electrical

status variations, P̄, P − et P + the mean, minimal and maximal electrical power, U the electrical

tension and I the electric current intensity.

NL ELECTRO EVOLUTION

STEP N

CONTACT FORCE DISTRIBUTION

On normalise ensuite par la norme de la force moyenne (resp. la force normale moyenne). Les

données sont stockées sous forme de tableau dans les fichiers

CONTACT FORCE DISTRIBUTION0000.DAT où chaque ligne correspond à un incrément sur

l’échelle de force normée et où les colonnes se décomposent en:

où Vr correspond à la valeur sur l’échelle des forces normées, Nr au nombre de contacts

correspondants à cette valeur, Vrn à la valeur sur l’échelle normée des forces normales et Nrn au

nombre de contacts correspondants à cette valeur.

CONTACT FORCE DISTRIBUTION

On normalise ensuite par la norme de la force moyenne (resp. la force normale moyenne). Les

données sont stockées sous forme de tableau dans les fichiers

CONTACT FORCE DISTRIBUTION0000.DAT où chaque ligne correspond à un incrément sur

l’échelle de force normée et où les colonnes se décomposent en:

où Vr correspond à la valeur sur l’échelle des forces normées, Nr au nombre de contacts

correspondants à cette valeur, Vrn à la valeur sur l’échelle normée des forces normales et Nrn au

nombre de contacts correspondants à cette valeur.

STEP N

sa

where N denotes the command period and sa the force scale discretization.

NETWORK EVOLUTION

The command allows to track the number of contact status that changed during the force

computation phase. The global, weak and strong network are checked. Data are stored in the file

NETWORK EVOLUTION.DAT as:

t, NG , NW , NS (26)

where t is the simulation time, NG ,NW and NS respectively the number of contact for which the

status change in the global, weak and strong network.

NETWORK EVOLUTION

The command allows to track the number of contact status that changed during the force

computation phase. The global, weak and strong network are checked. Data are stored in the file

NETWORK EVOLUTION.DAT as:

t, NG , NW , NS (26)

where t is the simulation time, NG ,NW and NS respectively the number of contact for which the

status change in the global, weak and strong network.

NETWORK EVOLUTION

STEP N

where N denotes the command period.

Fint EVOLUTION

The command allows to track the forces acting on a node set of a deformable body defined using

the command NEW MECAx SETS. Data are stored in the file Fint XXX.DAT as:

where t is the simulation time, Rcx and Rcy the twocomponents of the contact forces, Fint,x and

Fint,y the two components of the internal forces, Finer ,x and Finer ,y the two components of the

inertial forces and finally Rx and Ry the sum of all forces. The number of file Fint XXX.DAT is

equal to the number of mechanical set defined using the command NEW MECAx SETS. XXX

characters are replaced by the index of the mechanical set in the global list.

Fint EVOLUTION

The command allows to track the forces acting on a node set of a deformable body defined using

the command NEW MECAx SETS. Data are stored in the file Fint XXX.DAT as:

where t is the simulation time, Rcx and Rcy the twocomponents of the contact forces, Fint,x and

Fint,y the two components of the internal forces, Finer ,x and Finer ,y the two components of the

inertial forces and finally Rx and Ry the sum of all forces. The number of file Fint XXX.DAT is

equal to the number of mechanical set defined using the command NEW MECAx SETS. XXX

characters are replaced by the index of the mechanical set in the global list.

Fint EVOLUTION

STEP N

where N denotes the command period.

Dep EVOLUTION

The command allows to track the mean displacement and the mean velocity of a node set of a

deformable body defined using the command NEW MECAx SETS. Data are stored in the file

Dep XXX.DAT as:

t, ux , uy , vx , vy (28)

where t is the simulation time, ux and uy the mean displacements along the X and Y axes and,

vx and vy the mean velocities along the X and Y axes. The number of file Dep XXX.DAT is

equal to the number of mechanical set defined using the command NEW MECAx SETS. XXX

characters are replaced by the index of the mechanical set in the global list.

Dep EVOLUTION

The command allows to track the mean displacement and the mean velocity of a node set of a

deformable body defined using the command NEW MECAx SETS. Data are stored in the file

Dep XXX.DAT as:

t, ux , uy , vx , vy (28)

where t is the simulation time, ux and uy the mean displacements along the X and Y axes and,

vx and vy the mean velocities along the X and Y axes. The number of file Dep XXX.DAT is

equal to the number of mechanical set defined using the command NEW MECAx SETS. XXX

characters are replaced by the index of the mechanical set in the global list.

Dep EVOLUTION

STEP N

where N denotes the command period.

AFTER COMPUTATION commands

1 Introduction

2 Command list

3 BEFORE COMPUTATION

4 DURING COMPUTATION

5 AFTER COMPUTATION

6 Examples

Dist MAILx

Dist MAILx

Dist MAILx

STEP N

where N denotes the command period.

Examples

1 Introduction

2 Command list

3 BEFORE COMPUTATION

4 DURING COMPUTATION

5 AFTER COMPUTATION

6 Examples

Postpro file example

LMGC90 post treatment

Postpro file example

#23456789012345678901234567890:

BODY TRACKING :

STEP 1 :

1 :

54 :

TORQUE EVOLUTION :

STEP 1 :

1 :

56 :

SOLVER INFORMATIONS :

STEP 1 :

DISSIPATED ENERGY :

STEP 1 :

VIOLATION EVOLUTION :

STEP 1 :

END :

LMGC90 post treatment

# # :

#Example of COMMAND.DAT for post treatment START POSTPRO :

#January 2008 # :

# INIT POST DATA :

#23456789012345678901234567890: 1 :

# : 20 :

TIME STEP : ##############################:

0.1D-04 : #

THETA : post loop :

1.D0 : # :

# : ECHO ON :

READ BODIES : # :

READ BEHAVIOURS : UPDATE POST DATA :

READ INI DOF : # :

READ INI Vloc Rloc : READ INI DOF :

READ DRIVEN DOF : READ INI Vloc Rloc :

# : # :

COMPUTE STRESS : WRITE OUTPUT GMV STEP 1 :

COMPUTE AVERAGE VELOCITY : POSTPRO DURING COMPUTATION :

COMPUTE DISPLACEMENT : # :

REFERENCE RADIUS : REPETE 100 FOIS :

0.005 : DEPUIS post loop :

INIT GMV : # :

WRITE OUTPUT GMV : FIN DU PROGRAMME :

# : # :

COMPUTE BOX : FIN DU FICHIER :

COMPUTE MASS : ##############################:

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