Using Code Aster the most suitable format for writing postprocessing data is the Med format. One may use then Gmsh or Salome to visualize the results. Both are pretty nice tools only Gmsh is somewhat limited in its postprocessing capabilities and Salome brings a huge overhead. Especially when considering that the postprocessing module of Salome (ParaVis) is a revamped version of ParaView. So why not use ParaView instead?
As metis from version 5.x on has a different API than its predecessors, it breaks telemacs partel. I have created a package with metis 4 for download in the Tools section. This version is needed for telemacs partel (in version v6p1) to work.
The cmake-files got some improvements with regards to MPI handling, building MPI related executables and automatic finding of Fortran source files.
I have changed the directory structure of the telemac system in the repository in order to improve the workflow between different versions of the software.
After using both gitorious and github for a while, I tend to prefer the latter and therefore moved the Telemac repository to github. The gitorious account still exists and might be used as backup.
So the new repository address is http://github.com/ogoe/OpenTelemac.git.
In my doctoral thesis I used an alternative sandslide algorithm than the one available in sisyphe. It was developed several years ago when this technique was very new in sediment transport simulations.
Though Sisyphe already includes a great number of sediment transport equations, I added an extra equation that performed quite well in the past. It's the equation of Cheng (2002) which is an exponential formula that does not involve the concept of the critical shear stress. So it is suitable for low as well as for high shear conditions.
All my published changes and addons to the telemac system can now be found in a git repository hosted at gitorious.org. The repository may be cloned at gitorious or may be cloned directly using
Doing an overhaul of this site made me take a closer look at the content. The version of sel2vtk (0.4.1) in the Tools section was (long) outdated. The last version available now is V0.5.5.
Some changes in this release are