BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO module

Read various objects created by and for Zset

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.CheckIntegrity()[source]
BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.GetBehavior(materialFileName)[source]

Gets the behavior defined in a material file

Parameters:

materialFileName (str) – name of the material file in which the behavior is defined

Returns:

behavior to retrieve

Return type:

str

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.GetBoundaryConditions(data)[source]

Returns a dictionary containing the infos of an inp file “data” read by ReadInp2() concerning all the infos respecting ****calcul, ``***bc`

Parameters:

data (list) – internal format discribing the content of an inp file in the form of nested lists

Returns:

boundary conditions of an inp file in the form of a dict

Return type:

dict

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.GetDensity(materialFileName)[source]

Gets the density defined in a material file

Parameters:

materialFileName (str) – name of the material file in which the density is defined

Returns:

density to retrieve

Return type:

float

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.GetFromInp(data, dic)[source]

Returns a list of lists containing the elements of each line of the inp file “data” read by ReadInp2() respecting the conditions in dic: for example, for dic = {‘4’:[‘calcul’], ‘2’:[‘file’, ‘temperature’]}, the function returns all the lines being in a **** section starting by “simulate” and a ** section starting by “file temperature” (robust with respect to the number of spaces between ‘file’ and ‘temperature’)

Parameters:
  • data (list) – internal format discribing the content of an inp file in the form of nested lists

  • dic (dict) – conditions for restricting the information of the inp file to extract

Returns:

internal format discribing the content of an restricted inp file in the form of nested lists

Return type:

list

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.GetInitDofValues(data)[source]

Returns a tuple containing the infos of an inp file “data” read by ReadInp2() concerning all the infos respecting ****calcul, ***init_dof_value

Parameters:

data (list) – internal format discribing the content of an inp file in the form of nested lists

Returns:

initial values of the solution defined in an inp file

Return type:

tuple

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.GetInputTimeSequence(data)[source]

Reconstructs the time sequence to be computed by the Zset solver from the inp file

Parameters:

data (list) – internal format discribing the content of an inp file in the form of nested lists

Returns:

time sequence to be computed by the Zset solver

Return type:

list[float]

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.GetLoadings(data)[source]

Returns a dictionary containing the infos of an inp file “data” read by ReadInp2() concerning all the infos respecting bc and temperature

Parameters:

data (list) – internal format discribing the content of an inp file in the form of nested lists

Returns:

loadings (including boundary conditions) of an inp file in the form of a dict

Return type:

dict

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.GetMaterialFiles(data)[source]

Returns a dictionary containing the material file data

Parameters:

data (list) – internal format discribing the content of an inp file in the form of nested lists

Returns:

material file data defined in an inp file

Return type:

dict

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.GetMeshFileName(data)[source]

Returns the mesh name defined in a inp file

Parameters:

data (list) – internal format discribing the content of an inp file in the form of nested lists

Returns:

mesh name defined in a inp file

Return type:

str

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.GetParameterFiles(data, parameterName=None)[source]

Returns a dictionary containing the infos of an inp file “data” read by ReadInp2() concerning all the infos respecting ****calcul, ***parameter, **file !! only with ‘cycle_conversion’ time table

extract floats from string: solution from https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4703390/how-to-extract-a-floating-number-from-a-string

Parameters:
  • data (list) – internal format discribing the content of an inp file in the form of nested lists

  • parameterName (str, optional) – The name of the parameter file name to read, by default None

Returns:

parameter file data defined in an inp file

Return type:

dict

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.GetProblemType(data)[source]

Returns the problem type defined in a inp file

Parameters:

data (list) – internal format discribing the content of an inp file in the form of nested lists

Returns:

problem type defined in a inp file

Return type:

str

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.GetTables(data)[source]

Returns a dictionary containing the infos of an inp file “data” read by ReadInp2() concerning all the infos respecting ****calcul, ***table and **name or **cycle.

Parameters:

data (list) – internal format discribing the content of an inp file in the form of nested lists

Returns:

tables of an inp file in the form of a dict

Return type:

dict

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.Nstar(i, j, k, l)[source]
BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.NstarDigit(i, j, k, l)[source]
BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.ReadBinaryFile(fileName)[source]

Reads a binary data vector generated by Zset

Parameters:

fileName (str) – The name of the file to read

Returns:

read data vector

Return type:

np.ndarray

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.ReadInp(fileName=None, string=None)[source]

Function that performs the reading of the Zset inp file dictionary-based reader: WARNING: multiple entry keys may be overwritten !!

Parameters:
  • fileName (str, optional) – The name of the file to read, by default None

  • string (str, optional) – the string to read in the case of reading from memory, by default None

Returns:

internal format discribing the content of an inp file

Return type:

OrderedDict

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.ReadInp2(fileName=None, string=None, rootpath=None, startingNstar=4)[source]

Reads an Zset inp files and return the results in nested lists

Parameters:
  • fileName (str, optional) – The name of the file to read, by default None

  • string (str, optional) – the string to read in the case of reading from memory, by default None

  • rootpath (str, optional) – directory containing the file to read, by default None

  • startingNstar (int, optional) – Zset command context (in number of stars), by default 4

Returns:

internal format discribing the content of an inp file in the form of nested lists

Return type:

list

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.ReadMat(fileName, symetry=True, returnReorderOnly=False)[source]

Reads a matrix generated by Zset

Parameters:
  • fileName (str) – name of the file where the matrix to read is stored

  • symetry (bool, optional) – if True, the matrix is symmetric, by default True

  • returnReorderOnly (bool, optional) – if True, returns only reorder indices, by default False

Returns:

matrix of reorder indices

Return type:

csr_matrix or lst

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.ReadVec(fileName, dtype=<class 'float'>)[source]

Reads Zset vector

Parameters:
  • fileName (str) – name of the file where the vector to read is stored

  • dtype (type, optional) – type of data to read, by default float

Returns:

read vector

Return type:

np.ndarray

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.StringReader(inputString, folder)[source]

Converts string from Zset input file into cleaned string, robust with respect to (potentially nested) @include

Parameters:
  • inputString (str) – string respecting the Zset inp file format

  • folder (str) – directory containing the files linked by @include’ commands

Returns:

cleaned string

Return type:

str

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.ValueToString(value)[source]
BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.WriteInp(data, output=None)[source]

Function that performs the writing of a Zset inp file dictionary-based reader: WARNING: multiple entry keys may be overwritten !!

Parameters:
  • data (OrderedDict) – internal format discribing the content of an inp file

  • output (_io.TextIOWrapper, optional) – output writen, by default None

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.WriteInp2(data, output=None)[source]

Function that performs the writing of a Zset inp file constructed by the function ReadInp2

Parameters:
  • data (list) – internal format discribing the content of an inp file in the form of nested lists

  • output (_io.TextIOWrapper, optional) – output writen, by default None

BasicTools.IO.ZebulonIO.WriteVec(data, fileName)[source]

Writes a vector

Parameters:
  • data (np.ndarray) – vector to write

  • fileName (str) – name of the file where the vector to read is written