BEASY GID

beasy gidBEASY GID integrates with the BEASY Corrosion & CP simulation tools to solve challenging engineering problems and create better corrosion control solutions. BEASY GID is a CAD based tool which provides the user with powerful tools to create models and visualise the results from simulations.

Users can leverage existing data in CAD systems as BEASY GID can import models from most common CAD formats as well as from specialised tools such as RHINO. BEASY GID also provides the tools to generate models, automatically mesh the model and visualise the results.

BEASY GID has been customised to work with BEASY's simulation tools so that it fully integrates with the BEASY CP Wizard.

BEASY GID SoftwareBEASY GID Geometric Software

Effective and Easy-to-Use Geometric User Interface

  • Completely menu-driven.
  • Versatile visualisation tools including rendering, pan, zoom, rotations, etc.
  • Multiple windows.
  • Associative data structures so that the complete geometry database is updated whenever something is altered.
  • All analysis data can be defined on geometrical entities before the mesh is actually created.
  • User-defined and customable menus and interfaces for users own simulation software.
  • Complete set of tools for quick geometry definition.
  • Quick and easy definition of geometry with easy-to-use verification/visualisation tools.

Numerous Mesh Generation Options

Numerous Mesh Generation Options

  • Structured meshes can be easily defined by the user. These include:
    • Triangular and quadrilateral meshes.
  • Unstructured meshes can be automatically generated based on quality and spacing criteria defined by the user. These include:
    • Triangular, quadrilateral and circle meshes.
    • Degree of elements can be:
      • Linear: 2 and 3 nodes
      • Triangle: 3 and 6 nodes.
      • Quadrilateral: 4, 8 and 9 nodes.
      • Circle: 1 node (centre).
  • All of the nodes are contained inside the real geometry. So, the higher degree elements are curved.
  • Mesh generation can be carried out after all attributes and data have been assigned to geometrical entities.
  • GiD allows the generation of large meshes in a fast and efficient manner and has the ability to visualise various meshes before selecting the one desired.

Geometric Modelling

Geometric Modelling

  • Toplogic relationship
  • Entities:
    • Points.
    • Straight lines, arcs, NURBS and polylines.
    • Planar, Coon, NURBS surfaces and surf-meshes.
    • Volumes.
  • Tools:
    • NURBS modelling.
    • Polygonal modelling.
    • Boolean Cut.
    • Boolean Intersect.
    • Boolean Subtract.
    • Boolean Union.
    • Construction objects.
    • Intersections.
    • Contacts.
    • Mirror.
    • Smooth Mesh.
    • Deform.
    • Layers.
    • Fit Views to All.
    • Multiple Views

Rendering - Importing - Exporting

Rendering

  • Filled.
  • Flat lighting.
  • Smooth lighting.

Model geometry including layers and other similar information can be imported directly from special purpose CAD tools such as RHINO

Importing Geometry

Formats:

  • IGES, DXF, VDA, PARASOLID, ACIS, Shapefile, Rhinoceros.
  • Batch files.
  • From mesh: NASTRAN, STL, VRML, 3D Studio, GiD mesh.

RHINO model imported meshed and solved within BEASY

Exporting Geometry

  • Geometry:
  • IGES.
  • ACIS.
  • DXF.

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