woo.triangulated
¶

woo.triangulated.
box
(dim, center, which=Vector6i(1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1), **kw)[source]¶ Return box created from facets.
**kw
args are passed towoo.dem.Facet.make
. If facets have thickness, node masses and inertia will be computed automatically.Parameters:  dim (Vector3) – dimensions along x, y, z axes;
 center – a
Vector3
(box aligned with global axes) orwoo.core.Node
(local coordinate system) giving the center of the box;  which (Vector6i) – select walls which are to be included (all by default); the order is x, y, z, +x, +y, +z. Thuus, e.g., to make box without top, say
which=(1,1,1,1,1,0)
.

woo.triangulated.
cylinder
(A, B, radius, div=20, axDiv=1, capA=False, capB=False, masks=None, wallCaps=False, angVel=0, realRot=False, fixed=True, **kw)[source]¶ Return triangulated cylinder, as list of facets to be passed to
woo.dem.ParticleContainer.append
.**kw
arguments are passed towoo.pack.gtsSurface2Facets
(and thus towoo.utils.facet
).Parameters:  angVel – axial angular velocity of the cylinder
 realRot – if true, impose
StableCircularOrbit
on all cylinder nodes; if false, only assignwoo.dem.Facet.fakeVel
is assigned. In both cases,angVel
is set on cap walls (with wallCaps).  axDiv – divide the triangulation axially as well; the default creates facets spanning between both bases. If negative, it will attempt to have that ratio with circumferential division, e.g. specifying 1 will give nearlysquare division.
 wallCaps – create caps as walls (with
woo.dem.wall.glAB
properly set) rather than triangulation; cylinder axis must be aligned with some global axis in this case, otherwise and error is raised.  masks – mask values for cylinder, capA and capB respectively; it must be either None or a 3tuple (regardless of whether caps are created or not);
**kw
can be used to specifymask
which is passed towoo.dem.Facet.make
, but masks will override this, if given.
Returns: List of
particles
building up the cylinder. Caps (if any) are always at the beginning of the list, triangulated perimeter is at the end.

woo.triangulated.
quadrilateral
(A, B, C, D, size=0, div=Vector2i(0, 0), **kw)[source]¶ Return triangulated quadrilateral (or a skew quadrilateral), when points are not coplanar), where division size is at most size (absolute length) or div (number of subdivisions in the AB–CD and AC–BD directions).

woo.triangulated.
ribbedMill
(A, B, radius, majNum, majHt, majTipAngle, minNum=0, minHt=0, minTipAngle=0, div=20, **kw)[source]¶ Parameters:  majNum – number of major ribs (parallel with rotation axis)
 majHt – height of major ribs
 majTipAngle – angle on the major rib tip
 minNum – number of minor ribs (around the cylinder, in plane perpendicular to the rotation axis)
 minHt – height of minor ribs
 minTipAngle – angle on the minor rib tip
Returns: tuple
[particles],centralNode
, which can be directly used inS.dem.par.addClumped(*woo.triangulated.ribbedMill(...))
.centralNode
is local coordinate system positioned inA
and of which \(x\)axis is rotation axis of the mill. Assigningdem.angVel=centralNode.ori*(0,0,w)
will make the mill rotate around the axis with the angular velocityw
.centralNode
has automatically ClumpData assigned, withblocked
equal to ``xyzXYZ`.

woo.triangulated.
sweep2d
(pts, zz, node=None, fakeVel=0.0, halfThick=0.0, shift=True, shorten=False, **kw)[source]¶ Build surface by perpendicularly sweeping list of 2d points along the 3rd axis (in global/local coordinates).
Parameters:  pts – list of
Vector2
containing \(xy\) coordinates of points in local axes. If the point is(nan,nan)
orNone
, the line is split at this point. If the point contains(nan,i)
, then it refers toi
th point which has been constructed up to now: positive number from the beginning of the line, negative from the end.  zz – tuple or
Vector2
containing(z0,z1)
coordinates for all points.  node – optional instance of
woo.core.Node
defining local coordinate system; if not given, global coordinates are used.  fakeVel (float) – assign
fakeVel
to facets, in the sweeping direction at every face  halfThick – if given and halfThick is
True
, shift points so that pts give points of the outer surface (and nodes are shifted inwards); in this case, the ordering of pts is important.  shift – activate point shifting, in conjunction with halfThick;
 shorten – move endpoints away from the endpoint (along the segment) by halfThick;
 pts – list of

class
woo.triangulated.
MeshImport
(**kw)[source]¶ User interface for importing meshes from external files , so that all import parameters are kept together. Currently supported formats are:
 STL: both ascii and binary formats;
tagged
not supported (meaningless)  nastran: subset,
GRID
andCTRIA3
tags are recognized, others ignored;tagged
is supported, nodal numbers are preserved.

file
(= '')¶ Mesh file to be imported (STL)
[type: str, existing filename]

preScale
(= 1.0)¶ Scaling, applied before other transformations.
[type: float]

node
(= None)¶ Node defining local coordinate system for importing (already
prescaled
) mesh; if not given, global coordinate system is assumed.[type: Node]

halfThick
(= 0.0)¶ Half thickness (
woo.dem.Facet.halfThick
) assigned to all created facets. If zero, don’t assignhalfThick
.[type: float, unit: m, preferred unit: mm]

fakeVel
(= Vector3(0, 0, 0))¶ Fake surface velocity
set (asis) on all imported facets; if(0,0,0)
(default), nothing is set.[type: Vector3, unit: m/s]

tessMaxBox
(= 0.0)¶ Some importers (STL) can tesselated triangles so that their bounding box dimension does not exceed
tessMaxBox
. If nonpositive, no tesselation will be done.[type: float, unit: m, preferred unit: mm]

tagged
(= False)¶ Use
woo.dem.DemDataTagged
to keep information about node number at input; this is only supported for some formats, and exception will be raise if used with format not supporting it }e.g. STL does not store vertices)[type: bool]

static
__new__
(klass, **kw)[source]¶ Create and return a new object. See help(type) for accurate signature.

deepcopy
(**kw)¶ The c++ dedepcopy uses boost::serialization, we need to use pickle. As long as deepcopy is called from python, this function gets precedence over the c++ one. Additional keyword parameters are used to immediately set parameters on the copy before returning.

doImport
(mat, mask=11, **kw)[source]¶ Do the actual import. Nastern:
**kw
is passed towoo.dem.Facet.make
. STL: some values from**kw
used (color
) and passed towoo.utils.importSTL
.
 STL: both ascii and binary formats;
woo._triangulated
¶
Note
This module is imported into the woo.triangulated
module automatically; refer to its objects through woo.triangulated
.

woo._triangulated.
facetsToSTL
()¶ Export
facets
to STL file. Periodic boundaries are not handled in any special way.

woo._triangulated.
porosity
()¶ Return list of (id,position,porosity), where porosity is computed as 1Vs/Vv, where Vs is particle volume (sphere, capsule, ellipsoid only) and Vv is cell volume using radical Voronoi tesselation around particles. Highly experimental and subject to further changes.

woo._triangulated.
spheroidsToSTL
()¶ Export spheroids (
spheres
,capsules
,ellipsoids
) to STL file. tol is the maximum distance between triangulation and smooth surface; if negative, it is relative to the smallest equivalent radius of particles for export. mask (if nonzero) only selects particles with matchingwoo.dem.Particle.mask
. The exported STL ist ASCII.Spheres and ellipsoids are exported as tesselated icosahedra, with tesselation level determined from tol. The maximum error is \(e=r\left(1\cos \frac{2\pi}{5}\frac{1}{2}\frac{1}{n}\right)\) for given tesselation level \(n\) (1 for icosahedron, each level quadruples the number of triangles), with \(r\) being the sphere’s
radius
(or ellipsoid’s smallestsemiAxis
); it follows that \(n=\frac{\pi}{5\arccos\left(1\frac{e}{r}\right)}\), where \(n\) will be rounded up.Capsules are triangulated in polar coordinates (slices, stacks). The error for regular \(n\)gon is \(e=r\left(1\cos\frac{2\pi}{2n}\right)\) and it follows that \(n=\frac{\pi}{\arccos\left(1\frac{e}{r}\right)}\); the minimum is restricted to be 4, to avoid degenerate shapes.
The number of facets written to the STL file is returned.
With periodic boundaries, clipCell will cause all triangles entirely outside of the periodic cell to be discarded.
solid specified name of
solid
inside the STL file; this is useful in conjunction with append (which writes at the end of the file) when writing multipart STL suitable e.g. for snappyHexMesh.merge will attempt to remove any inner surfaces so that only the external surface is output. Note that this might take considerable time for many particles.

woo._triangulated.
surfParticleIdNormals
()¶ Return map of ID>[normal,normal,…] of normals of cell faces belonging to particle #ID which have no neighbors. [EXPERIMENTAL].
Tip
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