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About

Console app and Python API for damage analysis and visualization of the parametric model of buckling and free vibration in prismatic shell structures, as computed by the fsm_eigenvalue project.

This work is a part of the investigation within the research project [ON174027], supported by the Ministry for Science and Technology, Republic of Serbia. This support is gratefully acknowledged.

References

[ON174027]"Computational Mechanics in Structural Engineering"

Installation

To install fsm_damage_analysis run:

$ pip install fsm_damage_analysis

Console app usage

Quick start:

$ fsm_damage_analysis <filename>

Show help:

$ fsm_damage_analysis --help

Python API usage

Quick start:

>>> import logging
>>> logging.basicConfig(level=logging.DEBUG)

>>> from fsm_damage_analysis import analyze_models, configure_matplotlib

>>> viscoelastic_model_file = 'examples/barbero-viscoelastic.hdf5'
>>> elastic_model_file = 'examples/barbero-elastic.hdf5'
>>> report_file = viscoelastic_model_file.replace('.hdf5', '.pdf')

>>> configure_matplotlib()
>>> analyze_models(viscoelastic_model_file, elastic_model_file, report_file)

Contribute

If you find any bugs, or wish to propose new features please let us know.

If you'd like to contribute, simply fork the repository, commit your changes and send a pull request. Make sure you add yourself to AUTHORS.

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