I have another question. In order to bypass the subdomain ID problem, I ran ex10 using my own mesh, made only with TRI6 elements, getting one ExodusII file at each timestep, but I can't find a way to visualize the simulation as a whole, at least not with paraview, specifying time steps just didn't work. Is there an application that can put the files all toghether in order to visualize the full simulation?

Thanks again,

Nestor

On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 3:55 PM, John Peterson <peterson@cfdlab.ae.utexas.edu> wrote:
On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 12:09 PM, John Peterson
> I'm not certain if the attributes are per-element, looking at the
> Exodus API now to check on that.

Yes, actually their documentation on sf.net is excellent.  This should
be totally do-able.  num_attr is the number of attributes *per
element* in the block.  The API is

ex_{put,get}_elem_block(..., num_attr);
ex_{put,get}_elem_attr(exoid, elem_blk_id, attrib);

where attrib is a 1D array which is logically num_elem_this_blk(rows)
* num_attr(cols)

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John

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