EnviroWizard as an example of how far scripting goes

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EnviroWizard as an example of how far scripting goes

Postby s-h » Thu Aug 26, 2010 5:14 pm

Hi,
this is a closed source example of how far scripting can go within STAR-CCM+. This post should just show you how the tool would be installed in STAR-CCM+ to show how simple plugin distribution has become. To install follow these instructions
    Unpack the attachment.
    To install open the STAR-CCM+ client (better with no simulation attached) Open Menu Tools > Plugins.
    In the new Downloaded tab you click on the Add plug-in button and select the .nbm that you just unpacked.
    Hit install and agree on all subsequent questions.
    Restart STAR-CCM+ when asked.
    After Restart the new Toolbar is available and can be activated through menu Tools > Toolbars > Wizards.

Opening the wizard requires to start a new simulation. If you want to read in non stl or xyz file terrain files you need to connect to the triangle utility as a first step. This information can later be stored with a settings file.
    Go within to the Wizard to the menu Tools > Set Triangulator and select the linux or windows version of the triangle executable which is also part of the attached rar file.
    you can also compile your own from the sources you get here

And then walk yourself through the tabs or if you want to learn more take the next Computational Analysis of Windparks course.
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Re: EnviroWizard as an example of how far scripting goes

Postby s-h » Thu Sep 02, 2010 5:03 pm

The first version published here runs fine with 5.02 this one here runs wiht 5.04
***Updated*** again
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Version 1.0.17

Postby steveev » Fri Nov 19, 2010 10:37 am

Hi

Updated for version 1.0.17

Handle wind bin data files with more flexible number formats.

Steve
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Re: EnviroWizard as an example of how far scripting goes

Postby s-h » Fri Nov 19, 2010 5:48 pm

[*]And another one, white spaces in the location of the triangulater caused a problem
[*]using now interpolateTable for power calculation and wake sources
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Re: EnviroWizard as an example of how far scripting goes

Postby Dynorat » Thu May 12, 2011 5:06 pm

Is version 1.0.19 the latest version of the EnviroWizard?

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Re: EnviroWizard as an example of how far scripting goes

Postby Dynorat » Thu May 26, 2011 10:16 pm

What is the latest version of the Enviro_Wizard?
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Re: EnviroWizard as an example of how far scripting goes

Postby Dynorat » Tue May 31, 2011 6:26 pm

What is the most recent version of the EnviroWizard?

Also does anyone have any best practice recommendations for setting wind energy simulations?

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Re: EnviroWizard as an example of how far scripting goes

Postby s-h » Tue Jun 07, 2011 5:09 pm

It is the one that is contained in the latest post having an attachment in this thread.
If you've got an earlier version installed just put the nbm file into the position where it once was installed from and the plugin manager of STAR-CCM+ should recognize the update.
If the filename slightly differs, you can still select as in the installation of a new plugin and it will install it as an update.
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Re: EnviroWizard as an example of how far scripting goes

Postby steveev » Fri Aug 26, 2011 2:07 pm

Hi

I have updated the Wizard to v604014.

In this version we have the first implementation of parts level operations for the creation of the region of interest. The associative nature of the parts and operations concept allows users to redefine the edges of their wind parks without completely redoing the process. One may revert to the legacy region method by disabling the Parts & Operations check box.

The preview plot is changed for both parts and regions approach.

Regards

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Re: EnviroWizard as an example of how far scripting goes

Postby steveev » Wed Apr 25, 2012 3:11 pm

Hi

Here is the update to v702.

You may see some troubles with the boolean operations, if this is the case just move the park bounds a little. I have seen it with a couple of meshes, and it should be resolved in v704.

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