KB 001617 | Selecting Nodes Along a Line by Means of COM Interface


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10 January 2020


Thomas Günthel

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If you read out the results of a surface via the COM interface, you get a one-dimensional field with all results at the FE nodes or grid points. To get the results on the edge of a surface or along a line within the surfaces, you have to filter out the results in the area of the line. The following article describes a function for this step.


Dlubal Knowledge Base COM Interface Reading out results of a surface Read results along a line Find nodes along a line Automatic result evaluation Selection via COM interface Dlubal KB Knowledge Base Technical contribution to Dlubal Software


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