Add new features

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Add new features

Post by amb_1 » Fri Mar 10, 2023 1:56 am

Dear STKO team:
I was wondering,whether your team has plans to add some new features to the post-processing section
1. In the cloud image part, add a cloud image of excess pore pressure ratio
2. Add a function to extract localForce or GlobalForce(N,Vx,Vy,My,Mz,T) in data extraction. . Although I tried to use API , it was still not convenient.
Best,
RJ. P
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Re: Add new features

Post by STKO Team » Fri Mar 10, 2023 8:36 am

Thank you for your suggestions, we will take them into account.
Regarding the excess pore pressure ratio, if you provide the equation you want to use we can show you how to create a virtual result using a very simple Python API

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Re: Add new features

Post by amb_1 » Sat Mar 11, 2023 7:12 am

The excess pore pressure ratio = (pore pressure for each node-pore pressure for each node at the beginning)/vertical stress
The excess pore water pressure ratio ru is defined as the ratio of excess pore water pressure to the initial overburden effective stress at the measuring point, i.e., ru = Δu/σ′ v0, where Δu is the increase in pore water pressure, and σ′ v0 is the initial overburden effective stress at the specified location.
I have attached a model, and it would be perfect if you could use this model to demonstrate
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Re: Add new features

Post by STKO Team » Mon Mar 13, 2023 9:34 am

You can use the Python API for that.
Here's a script that does that. It is well-commented so you can go through the code to see what it does.
If something is not clear, please let us know
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