TEC_TO_FEM is a MATLAB program which reads a TEC graphics file containing a finite element model, and writes the information to three files in the FEM format.
The FEM files created will include:
The TECPLOT home page contains a description of the TECPLOT program.
tec_to_fem ( 'prefix' )where
The computer code and data files described and made available on this web page are distributed under the GNU LGPL license.
TEC_TO_FEM is available in a FORTRAN90 version and a MATLAB version.
FEM2D, a data diretory which contains a description of the data files that can be used to describe a 2D finite element model.
FEM_IO, a MATLAB library which reads and writes an FEM model.
FEM_TO_TEC, a MATLAB program which reads the three files defining an FEM model and writes an equivalent TEC file.
MEDIT_TO_FEM, a MATLAB program which reads a mesh file created by the MEDIT program and writes a corresponding pair of node and element files that correspond to the FEM format.
TEC, a data directory which contains a description and examples of the TEC graphics files used by TECPLOT
TEC_IO, a MATLAB library which can read or write a TEC file containing a finite element model.
TEC_TO_OBJ, a FORTRAN90 program which can read a TECPLOT file describing a surface in 3D composed of triangles or quadrilaterals, and write an OBJ file.
TEC_TO_UCD, a FORTRAN90 program which reads a (finite element) TEC file and writes an equivalent AVS UCD file.
TEC_TO_VTK, a MATLAB program which reads a particular TECPLOT file containing 80 frames of the movement of a red blood cell, and creates 80 separate VTK unstructured grid files, which can then be read by PARAVIEW and animated.
TRIANGLE_TO_FEM, a C++ program which reads the NODE and ELE files created by TRIANGLE to describe a triangular mesh, and writes a corresponding pair of node and element files in the 2D FEM format.
ELL is an example of a 2D finite element model in which a scalar value is stored. This data was computed by the FREE_FEM_POISSON program.
TINY is a "tiny" example of a 2D finite element model in which a vector value is stored.
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