Source code for pyNastran.converters.aflr.ugrid.ugrid3d_to_nastran

import os

from pyNastran.utils import check_path
from pyNastran.converters.aflr.ugrid.ugrid_reader import UGRID

[docs]def ugrid3d_to_nastran(ugrid_filename, bdf_filename, include_shells=True, include_solids=True, convert_pyram_to_penta=False, encoding=None, size=16, is_double=False, log=None): """ Converts a UGRID to a BDF. Parameters ---------- ugrid_filename : str the input UGRID filename bdf_filename : str the output BDF filename include_shells : bool; default=True should the shells be written include_solids : bool; default=True should the solids be written convert_pyram_to_penta : bool; default=False False : NX Nastran True : MSC Nastran size : int; {8, 16}; default=16 the bdf write precision is_double : bool; default=False the field precision to write log : logger; default=None a logger object Returns ------- ugrid_model : UGRID() the ugrid model """ model = UGRID(log=log, debug=False) check_path(ugrid_filename, 'ugrid_filename') model.read_ugrid(ugrid_filename) model.write_bdf(bdf_filename, include_shells=include_shells, include_solids=include_solids, convert_pyram_to_penta=convert_pyram_to_penta, encoding=encoding, size=size, is_double=is_double) return model
#def main(): #import sys #if len(sys.argv) != 3: #msg = 'number of arguments must be 2; ugrid_filename, bdf_filename; nargs=%s; args=%s' % ( #len(sys.argv[1:]), sys.argv[1:]) #raise SyntaxError(msg) #ugrid_filename = sys.argv[1] #bdf_filename = sys.argv[2] #ugrid3d_to_nastran(ugrid_filename, bdf_filename, #size=size, is_double=is_double) #if __name__ == '__main__': # pragma: no cover #main()