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Old   December 31, 2016, 10:17
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Hi Guys.

I'm trying to reproduce the HronTurekFsi3 tutorial from extend-bazaar. I installed those toolkits based on instructions from
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https://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/Extend-bazaar/Toolkits/Fluid-structure_interaction
for FOAM-extend-3.2. However, during hronTurekReport function object compilation rise an error to include "fluidStructureInterface.H". Above following warning msg from "log.fsiFoam".

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--> FOAM Warning : 
    From function dlLibraryTable::open(const fileName& functionLibName)
    in file db/dlLibraryTable/dlLibraryTable.C at line 124
    could not load libhronTurekReport.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
What can I do to fix it? I appreciate your helps. Thanks,
Ricardo.
Hi Ricardo,

I have similar problem! Did you find how to solve this error?

Other guys, any idea is welcome.

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Dear Philip,

Thank you very much for your contribution first of all!

I wonder whether you have a OpenFOAM4.0 Version of your code? I tried to compile and several errors appeared. I would appreciate greatly if you could update your code for the latest OF some time.

Thank you very much in advance!

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Hi,
I want to slove "Simply Supported beam with UDL" using elasticSolidFoam. But I don't understand what BCs I should give at both ends ??


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a while ago I found here a tool to extract the stress components sigmaxx, sigmaxy... from the computed stress tensor from the time levels.

I Think it was bigPhil how shared the tool.

Unfortunately I can't remember the tools name and so I can't find it

Any hints on this tool appreciated
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a while ago I found here a tool to extract the stress components sigmaxx, sigmaxy... from the computed stress tensor from the time levels.

I Think it was bigPhil how shared the tool.

Unfortunately I can't remember the tools name and so I can't find it

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Hi Tom,

You can use the foamCalc utility to create a volScalarField field for each component of a vector/tensor/symmTensor volField e.g.
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$> foamCalc components sigma
where '$>' represents the command prompt.

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Short command saves a lot manual work!
Thanks for that goodie!
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I wrote myself a tool to calculate the strain components from the displacement field; this was useful to me since I have been using various versions of OpenFOAM over the years to model semiconductor nanostructures.
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