Did you know that Salome-Meca could be used to create mesh and export it to several Formats such as GMSH?
I got the question several times, so I decided to make a quick video to answer it ;-)
Here’s the video:
That’s all for today, hope you understand better now how to export your mesh into other formats such as GMSH, GIBI or ASTER…
Let me know if I missed something or if there is something more you want to be able to do in Salome_Meca :)
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Carlton Matthew says
Hi, Thanks for the video. Not an obvious route for us who are not experts (yet).
All the best for 2019
Thanks Carlton. I agree, It wasn’t obvious to me either… but once you know you can do that, a lot of possibilities open to you ;-)
Carlos Pulido says
Would it be possible to add some tags (numbers) to edges or faces of the geometry and then export it in a GMSH file?
Charles Li says
Thanks for sharing. I can even export result to gmsh and view the result from there. I have a problem though. With result, the gmsh file size is very large. In my case, it is 1.4GB. Is there a way to reduce the file size?
Thank you for your tutorial. I have this error, when I run the case…. “CurrentCase Command ! ! either the file does not exist, or it is a bad version of HDF (uses by MED) “…. can you please help me?