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This is the Gmsh Reference Manual. Gmsh 2. 1. 2 (March 6, 2.
Obtaining Gmsh. The source code and various pre- compiled versions of Gmsh (for Windows. Mac and Unix) can be downloaded from http: //gmsh. Gmsh is also directly available in pre- packaged form in various Linux. BSD distributions (Debian, Ubuntu, Free. BSD, ..). If you use Gmsh, we would appreciate that you mention it in your work by. C. Geuzaine and J.- F.
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Gmsh development are available on. Copying conditions. Gmsh is “free software”; this means that everyone is free to use it and. Gmsh is not in the public domain; it is.
What is not allowed is to try to prevent others. Gmsh that they might get from you. Specifically, we want to make sure that you have the right to give away. Gmsh, that you receive source code or else can get it if you want. Gmsh or use pieces of Gmsh in new free programs.
To make sure that everyone has such rights, we have to forbid you to deprive. For example, if you distribute copies of. Gmsh, you must give the recipients all the rights that you have. You must. make sure that they, too, receive or can get the source code.
And you must. tell them their rights. Also, for our own protection, we must make certain that everyone finds out. Gmsh. If Gmsh is modified by someone else.
The precise conditions of the license for Gmsh are found in the General. Public License that accompanies the source code (see License). Further. information about this license is available from the GNU Project webpage. Detailed copyright. Copyright and credits. If you want to integrate parts of Gmsh into a closed- source software, or.
Gmsh, you will need to. Please contact us. Overview. Gmsh is a three- dimensional finite element grid generator with a. CAD engine and post- processor.
Its design goal is to provide. Gmsh is built around four modules: geometry, mesh, solver and. All geometrical, mesh, solver and post- processing. GUI) or in text files using Gmsh’s own scripting. Interactive actions generate language bits in the input.
This makes it possible to automate all. A brief. description of the four modules is given hereafter. Geometry: geometrical entity definition. Gmsh uses a boundary representation (“BRep”) to describe geometries. Models are created in a bottom- up flow by successively defining points.
Groups of geometrical entities (called. Gmsh’s scripting language allows all geometrical.
Mesh: finite element mesh generation. A finite element mesh is a tessellation of a given subset of the. Gmsh’s case: lines, triangles, quadrangles, tetrahedra. All the finite element meshes produced by Gmsh are considered.
This implies that the elementary geometrical. The mesh generation is performed in the same bottom- up flow as the. In this process, the mesh of an entity is only. For example, in three.
D mesh only if the surface is part of. D mesh only if the curve. D. mesh only if this point is connected to a curve, itself part of the. This. automatically assures the conformity of the mesh when, for example, two. But this also implies that the.
Miscellaneous mesh commands). Every meshing step is.
This size field can be uniform, specified by values associated. For each meshing step, all structured mesh directives are executed. Solver: external solver interface.
External solvers can be interfaced with Gmsh through Unix or TCP/IP. Gmsh’s. post- processing module. The default solver interfaced with Gmsh is Get. DP. (http: //getdp. Examples on how to interface other.
Post- processing: scalar, vector and tensor field visualization. Gmsh can load and manipulate multiple post- processing scalar, vector or. Scalar fields are. Post- processing functions include section computation, offset. All the. post- processing options can be accessed either interactively or through.
Scripting permits to automate all. User- defined operations can also be performed on. What Gmsh is pretty good at …Here is a tentative list of what Gmsh does best.
User- defined macros, Loops and conditionals, and General commands). Gmsh’s scripting language enables all. Expressions, and Geometry commands).
D, 2. D and 3. D simplicial (i. CAD models in their native. CAD. kernel (see Mesh module). Gmsh provides several. Mesh commands). create simple extruded geometries and meshes (see Geometry commands.
Mesh commands). interact with external solvers through a simple client- server. Solver module). visualize and export computational results in a great variety of. Gmsh can display scalar, vector and tensor datasets, perform. Post- processing module), can export plots in many different.
General options list), and can generate complex. General tools, and t. Gmsh can be compiled with or without the GUI. Compiling the source code), and all versions can be used either. Running Gmsh on your system). Gmsh has a large number of.
GUI. scattered inside command files, changed on the fly in scripts, set in. Running Gmsh on your system and Options).
Windows, Mac and Unix), for. Copying conditions), using simple script files and/or a. GUI. 1. 6 … and what Gmsh is not so good at. As of version 2. 8, here are some known weaknesses of Gmsh. BRep approach for describing geometries can become. For complex models, or if you.
Gmsh with an. external CAD kernel and import native files directly. The binary. versions available on http: //gmsh. CAD kernel Open. CASCADE, which enables native BREP import as well as. STEP and IGES import.). Gmsh’s internal CAD engine is fairly limited: it only handles simple. For such features you should.
Gmsh with an external CAD kernel (see above). Gmsh is not a multi- bloc mesh generator: all meshes produced by Gmsh are. Gmsh’s user interface is only exposing a limited number of the available.
Gmsh’s scripting language is fairly limited, providing only very crude. You will often need to edit a. If you have the skills and some free time, feel free to join the.
Information for developers) to remedy the aforementioned (and all other) shortcomings! Bug reports. If you think you have found a bug in Gmsh, you can report it by email to. Gmsh mailing list at gmsh@geuz.
Please send as precise a description of the problem as. Don’t forget. to mention both the version of Gmsh and the version of your operation. Command- line options to see how to get this. See Frequently asked questions, and the bug tracking system to see. How to read this reference manual?
Gmsh can be used at three levels. GUI). as a stand- alone script- driven program. You can skip most of this reference manual if you only want to use Gmsh. GUI). Just read the. Running Gmsh on your system) to learn how to. Gmsh on your system, then go experiment with the GUI and the. Tutorial) provided in the distribution.
Screencasts that show how to use the GUI are available here. The aim of the reference manual is to explain everything you need to use. Gmsh at the second level, i. A Gmsh script file is an ASCII text file that contains instructions in.
Gmsh’s built- in scripting language. Such a file is interpreted by Gmsh’s. By. convention, Gmsh uses the .
Once. you master the tutorial (read the source files: they are heavily. General tools, then proceed. You will see that. GUI have a direct equivalent in. If you want to use Gmsh as a pre- or. Gmsh can read/write. In. addition to Gmsh’s native “MSH” file format (see File formats).
Gmsh can read/write many standard mesh files, depending on how it was. File- > Save As’ menu for a list of available formats. Finally, to use Gmsh at the third level (i. Gmsh library. with your own code), you will need to learn the internal Gmsh. Application Programming Interface (API). No complete documentation of.
API is available yet; a good starting point is Source code structure, which gives a short introduction to Gmsh’s internal source. Then have a look e. To build the. library see the instructions in Compiling the source code and in. README. txt file in the.
Syntactic rules used in the manual. Here are the rules we tried to follow when writing this reference.
Note that metasyntactic variable definitions stay valid. Keywords and literal symbols are printed like this. Metasyntactic variables (i. A colon (: ) after a metasyntactic variable separates the variable.
Optional rules are enclosed in < > pairs. Multiple choices are separated by |.
Three dots (…) indicate a possible (multiple) repetition of the. Running Gmsh on your system. Interactive mode. To launch Gmsh in interactive mode, just double- click on the Gmsh icon.
This will open. the main Gmsh window, with a tree- like menu on the left, a graphic area. You can detach the tree. Window- > Attach/Detach Menu’.). To open the first tutorial file (see Tutorial), select the. File- > Open’ menu, and choose.
When using a terminal, you can specify the. To perform the mesh generation, go to the mesh module (by selecting. Mesh’ in the tree) and choose the dimension (‘1. D’ will mesh all the.
D’ will mesh all the surfaces—as well as all the lines if. D’ was not called before; ‘3.
D’ will mesh all the volumes—and all the. D’ was not called before). To save the resulting mesh in. Save’, or select the appropriate. File- > Save As’ menu. The default mesh. To create a new geometry or to modify an existing geometry, select.
Geometry’ in the tree. For example, to create a spline, select. Elementary’, ‘Add’, ‘New’ and ‘Spline’. You will then be asked to. Once the interactive command is completed, a text. You. can edit the script file by hand at any time by pressing the ‘Edit’. Geometry’ menu and then reloading the model by pressing.
Reload’. For example, it is often faster to define variables and points. GUI to define the lines. Several files can be loaded simultaneously in Gmsh.
When specified on. You can merge such files with the.