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we will need to see the input file to start solving this one. If running locally it will be in ~/Documents/quoFEM/LocalWorkDir/tmp.SimCebter/templatedir. It is either dakota.json or scInput.json depending on version of quoFEM. We will probably need more, but if you can post this we can see what else is needed/

Are you running locally or remotely. If Remote, can you run locally to see if it fails. If Local can you go to your Documents/R2D/LocalWorDir/tmp.SimCenter .. there should be a file inputRWHALE.json and a directory input_data. For now can you post the inputRWHALE.json file. If there is a Resuts dir, there should be a log.txt file. Can you attach that file as well. We may need the input_data folder.

Site Response Analysis (s3hark) / Re: Progress bar
« on: May 30, 2022, 03:45:22 AM »

It should have given you an error if you left the path to OpenSees from the line edit. Does OpenSees exist on your system in the location shown in the image posted?
1)  If yes, can you check OpenSees runs by trying to run opensees from a terminal window. If it fails to run, you will need to install it and provide the path to it. If it does run, we will need to set up a zoom call to sort out the issue.

2) If not, can you download OpenSees and provide that path to it.


Uncertainty Quantification (quoFEM) / Re: QUOFEM offline?
« on: May 23, 2022, 06:33:46 PM »
are you trying to launch the DCV application at DesignSafe or are you running the application locally?

1) If the former, you need to be part of the DCV allocation at DesignSafe. To gain access submit a ticket requesting access

sorry about this, it is something we just became aware of and we are updating the dcv tool page with this info.

2) if this message is coming from your desktop application, does the job run locally and is it just failing when you hit the run at designsafe button. If just designsafe, can you open up the applications preferences and tell me what the remote app id is.


Educational Applications / Re: TFT does not run properly with M1
« on: May 10, 2022, 05:44:27 PM »
I have rebuilt the app, code signed it and bundled it again. We have tested an a colleagues M1 and it works. I have uploaded that revised dmg.

Educational Applications / Re: TFT does not run properly with M1
« on: May 09, 2022, 10:40:41 PM »
Are there any error messages that pop up when you try and run it. thanks.

I need to see the WE-UQ input file. thanks.

Is this a question related to your use of OpenFOAM in general or OpenFOAM through the WE-UQ or TinF SimCenter applications? If the former, this is not an OpenFOAM forum. If the latter, could you please attach a copy of the input file you are using for these applications.



Ajay, as you probably know from his email and online meetings with you on the matter, has just forwarded me the details and I have promised him something by end of weekend. I am using this space as I don't have your direct email just to confirm: (a) that you are not looking for a 3d continuum finite element model and are content with a simple beam model and that (b) you are interested in the following outputs from the model:
(1)Maximum vertical and transverse displacement and (2)Peak acceleration in time history of the deck given that the loads will be coming from an CFD simulation.


p.s. I might need some additional details. I have some images from Ajay on the deck, but specific details may be missing. Is it ok to conatact you with email you signed up to forum with?

Educational Applications / Re: Braced Frame Modeling
« on: February 27, 2022, 12:10:25 PM »
I see you found the relevant son files you need. As you will see from the file extension they are json. You can easily read the data and write it out in python, e.g.:
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# Python program to read json file & print an array in it                           

import json

# Open input & output files                                                         
inFile = open('NCBF1_HSS6x6.json')
outFile = open('defo.txt', 'w')

# load input file & get the json element axialDef                                     
data = json.load(inFile)
testData = data['test']
axialDef = testData['axialDef']

# print data                                                                         
for dataPoint in axialDef:

# close files                                                                       

you can also use Matlab if you prefer, look at jsondecode. looks to be more of a pain than python:

Installation / Re: quoFEM Installation Issue
« on: February 18, 2022, 10:41:27 PM »
I have updated the windows .zip file on DesignSafe .. the createOpenSeesDriver no longer conatins that .dll .. can you download the zip again and re-try ..thanks

Installation / Re: quoFEM Installation Issue
« on: February 18, 2022, 06:56:58 AM »

the missing 140.dll's need to be installed .. most windows computers that have any visual studio compiled app will have them installed on their machine by the applications installer .. we have no installer .. we do leave the app required to install the missing dll's in the download folder .. can you follow the instructions here:

Uncertainty Quantification (quoFEM) / Re: quoFEM with OpenSees SP
« on: December 23, 2021, 08:24:31 AM »

There might be, though it will be a convoluted way as it would involve using the OpenSeesPy option to launch OpenSeesSP and would require you to modify the way your script work. I am checking with someone who has used quoFEM, dakota and a different parallel application running at TACC to see how he did it.

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