Running using AutoCad, SciTe and Paraview

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Use AutodeskTM AutoCad®, and the supplied nemesis toolbar (nemesis.cui) and dxf template (template.dxf) to create the model's geometry and assign materials and boundary conditions. Export the model as *.dxf file. (You can of course use any other program to produce the appropriate dxf file).

Preprocessing using AutodeskTM AutoCad®. (Click on image to enlarge.)


Import the *.dxf file and define analysis options using SciTe. Any text editor can be used but you may want to take advantage of predefined properties for SciTe (syntax highlighting, auto-completion, help as you type, error handling etc), distributed with the nemesis source and binary files.

Solving using SciTe. (Click on image to enlarge.)

Post processing

Finally you may either inspect the sql compliant database produced using SQLite or you can use any visualization application, to view the vtk files (here ParaView is used).

Viewing the results using ParaView. (Click on image to enlarge.)

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