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IV.0 Introduction

This Part of the document is devoted to the presentation of examples illustrating various aspects of FeResPost All the FeResPost example are done with a model and Nastran results corresponding to a very simplified and imaginary satellite represented in Figure IV.1.1. This Part is organized as follows:

All the examples are delivered in ``TESTSAT'' directory. This directory contains four subdirectories:
  1. ``MODEL'' contains the definition testSat finite element model. The splitting of this model into several files and its organization in sub-directories is described in section IV.1.6.
  2. ``SMALLEX'' contains the small examples described in Chapter IV.2.
  3. ``PROJECTa'' is the main directory of the modular program described in Chapter IV.3. Each
  4. ``PROJECTb'' is the main directory of the object oriented program described in Chapter IV.4. Each
  5. Finally, a ``EXEC_OP2'' directory has been defined in ``MODEL'' directory. The main bulk data files have been copied in this directory and the calculations with Nastran must be performed in that directory.
  6. Similarly a ``EXEC_XDB'' directory has been defined in ``MODEL'' directory. There, the main bulk data files have been modified to produce ``xdb'' result outputs.
Of course, before running the examples, you must compile ruby or its shared library, and produce the Nastran finite elements results.


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