An Translator Program from Gmsh to UCD Real ESSI Simulator System (http://real-essi.info/) .fei Input File. The translator is made very general, so that any other FEM program can use it with little tweaks to have their own conversion tool.
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README.md

gmESSI

Usage

gmESSI is a finite element translator from gmsh (a three-dimensional finite element mesh generator with built-in pre- and post-procESSIng facilities) to REAL ESSI(UC Davis Earthquake-Soil-Structure-Interaction Simmulator). The translator has been developed in C++ language and generates the .fei files required by ESSI. This translator provides an easy, handy and powerfool pre-procESSIng tool to develop FEA models and interface with various ESSI functionalities. The gmESSI Translator Package consist of the Translator, Python module, a Sublime plugin and its manual. More detailed information about the translator can be read at gmESSI-Manual

The translator is made very general, so that any other FEM program can use it with little tweaks to have their own conversion tool.

Installation

Building Dependencies

  1. Boost and Python
sudo apt-get install libboost1.48-all-dev
sudo apt-get install build-essential
sudo apt-get install python-dev 
  1. Octave
# For ubuntu 12
sudo apt-get install liboctave-pkg-dev 
# For ubuntu 14 onwards 
sudo apt-get install liboctave-dev 

Compiling gmESSI translator

  1. Get the latest version of gmESSI from github
git clone https://github.com/SumeetSinha/gmESSI.git
  1. Compile
cd gmESSI
make -j ${nop}
make install

Installing Sublime plugins

  1. gmsh-Tools :: [.msh and .geo]

    a) Open Sublime b) Go to Preference/Package Control c) Select Add Repository d) Enter the plugin github repo https://github.com/SumeetSinha/gmsh-Tools e) Again, open Preferences/Package Control f) Select Install Package g) Search for gmsh-Tools and install it.

  2. gmESSI-Tools:: [.gmessi]

    a) Open Sublime b) Go to Preference/Package Control c) Select Add Repository d) Enter the plugin github repo https://github.com/SumeetSinha/gmESSI-Tools e) Again, open Preferences/Package Control f) Select Install Package g) Search for gmESSSI-Tools and install it.

Running Examples

  1. Run an example to check the correctness of installation

UCD CompGeoMech

Created by: Sumeet Kumar Sinha

Request for adding features on sumeet.kumar507@gmail.com