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  1. Hi everyone, I am definitely not a Python expert, but I've been using PyFlux for quite some time now. I have always had issues guessing the structure of different classes for my scripts and was wondering if there was somewhere a document describing the different classes in PyFlux? If not, a simple screenshot of the classes définitions might help... I am aware of solutions such as vars(myClassInstance), yet I cannot always find everything I want with this method. Is there another efficient method? I also know that a lot of tricks can be learnt by checking the code of the provided macros... For example, my most recent bother is that I am trying to implement a post-processing script that automatically generates reporting on a given scenario, but the control parameters can be mono or multi value and I cannot know it beforehand. What is the class attribute of the pilot that tells me whether it is mono or multi? Multi defined by step value or by step number? Than you very much for your help! Romain
  2. Hello all, For stress analysis, I want to show the stress value of some nodes, in order to make a screenshot for documentation. To do this I put a note on the selected node, and in the note i write {entity.contour_val}. Now the problem is, that i get the value of the selected node and all of the nodes surrounding it. But i only want the stress value of that particular node. Does anyone know what to do? Thank you in advance.
  3. Hello everyone I would like to do a thermo-mechanical optimization. The thermo-mechanical analysis is already done successfully. Now I was looking for a documentation or tutorial about this sort of topology optimization, but I could not find anything. Does anybody of you have a link or documentation to share, about thermo-mechanical topology optimizations? I thank you very much in advance!
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