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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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import numpy as np

from ..math import det, dot, eigvalsh, transpose
from . import topoints

[docs]def save( region, fields, r=None, gradient=None, converged=True, filename="result.vtk", cell_data=None, point_data=None, ): u = fields.fields[0] mesh = region.mesh offsets = fields.offsets if point_data is None: point_data = {} point_data["Displacements"] = u.values if r is not None: reactionforces = np.split(r, offsets)[0] point_data["ReactionForce"] = reactionforces.reshape(*u.values.shape) if gradient is not None: # 1st Piola Kirchhoff stress F = fields.extract()[0] P = gradient[0] # cauchy stress at integration points s = dot(P, transpose(F)) / det(F) sp = np.sort(eigvalsh(s), axis=0) # shift stresses to points and average nodal values cauchy = topoints(s, region=region, sym=True) cauchyprinc = [topoints(sp_i, region=region, mode="scalar") for sp_i in sp] point_data["CauchyStress"] = cauchy point_data["MaxPrincipalCauchyStress"] = cauchyprinc[2] point_data["IntPrincipalCauchyStress"] = cauchyprinc[1] point_data["MinPrincipalCauchyStress"] = cauchyprinc[0] point_data["MaxPrincipalShearCauchyStress"] = cauchyprinc[2] - cauchyprinc[0] import meshio mesh = meshio.Mesh( points=mesh.points, cells=[ (mesh.cell_type, mesh.cells), ], point_data=point_data, cell_data=cell_data, ) mesh.write(filename)