These examples demonstrate the behavior and usage of DPF-Core.
Basic DPF examples#
These examples explain the basic concepts of DPF.
Field and field containers overview
Create your own entities using DPF operators
Bring a field’s data locally to improve performance
Use result helpers to load custom data
Scope results over custom time domains
Scope results over custom space domains
Communicate in process or via gRPC
Get material properties from the result file
Transient analysis examples#
These examples show how to use DPF to extract and plot displacements, stresses, and strains for a transient result.
Transient analysis result example
Choose a time scoping for a transient analysis
Results extraction and analysis from LS-DYNA sources
Modal analysis examples#
These examples show how to use DPF to extract and manipulate results from modal analyses.
Use Result Helpers to compare mode shapes for solids and then shells
Harmonic analysis examples#
These examples show how to use DPF to extract and manipulate results from harmonic analyses.
Multi-harmonic response example
Expand harmonic modal superposition with DPF
Advanced and miscellaneous examples#
These examples show advanced use cases to demonstrate the high level of workflow customization.
Multi-stage cyclic symmetry using advanced customization
Solve harmonic problem (with damping) using matrix inverse
Average elemental stress on a given volume
Extrapolation method for stress result of a 3D element
Extrapolation method for strain result of a 2D element
Stress gradient normal to a defined node
Pressure vessel analysis according to an ASME standard
Calculate the number of cycles to fatigue failure
Read results from distributed files
File manipulation and input-output examples#
These examples show how to manipulate files, as well as importing or exporting from or to specific formats.
HDF5 export and compare precision
Get reduced matrices and make export
These examples show how to use the
Review of available plotting commands
Compare results using the plotter
Load case combination for principal stress
Plot results on a specific path
Warp the mesh by a field for plotting
Review of available animation commands
Examples for postprocessing on distributed processes#
These examples show how to create workflows on different processes (possibly on different machines) and connect them.
Postprocessing of displacement on distributed processes
Create a custom workflow on distributed processes
Distributed mode superposition (MSUP)
Distributed MSUP distributed modal response
Average Stress in distributed Workflows
Examples of creating custom operator plugins#
These examples show how to create a basic operator plugin or plug-in packages with multiple operators. Plugins wrap your custom operators so that you can use them like native DPF operators.
Create a basic operator plugin
Create a plug-in package with multiple operators
Create a plug-in package that has third-party dependencies
These examples show how to use some of DPF’s averaging operators.
Mesh operations examples#
These examples show how to manipulate meshes.
Create and display a mesh with polygon and polyhedron elements
Convert nodal coordinates field to local coordinate system
Cyclic symmetry examples#
These examples show how to post-process cyclic symmetry models.
Expand mesh and results for modal cyclic symmetry
Get base and duplicate sectors (real and imaginary) results for modal cyclic symmetry
Multi-stage cyclic symmetry example