Global actions of the application
Type for storing a group of key-value pairs that can be attached to entities
A block is a volume grid bounded by one or more pw::Faces.
An extruded block is a step-wise constructed prismatic volume originating from one or more pw::Face objects.
A structured block is a computationally orthogonal volume grid, bounded by exactly six pw::FaceStructured faces, any of which can be degenerate in one (line) or zero (pole) dimensions.
A block sub-grid is a computationally orthogonal, continuous subset of a pw::BlockStructured block.
An unstructured block is a watertight collection of face-connected volume elements (tetrahedral, hexahedral, prism, pyramid, etc.)
CAE boundary condition type
The CaeExporter IO mode type.
Type for a group of entities
A connector is a computationally one-dimensional grid entity, defined in the parameter space of one or more end-connected curve segments.
The copy mode type
The creation mode type
Database curve type
Persistent cut type.
Persistent cut plane type
Global actions for database entities
Base type for all database entities
The DatabaseExporter IO mode type
The DatabaseImporter IO mode type
The database mesher mode type
The database quilter mode type
The connector dimensioning mode type
Global actions for the current graphical display
Base class for distribution types
Automatic distribution function type
General distribution function type
Geometric distribution function type
Growth distribution function type
MRQS distribution function type
Shape distribution function type
Tanh distribution function type
A domain is a computationally two-dimensional grid entity, bounded by one or more pw::Edges.
A structured domain is a computationally orthogonal surface grid bounded by exactly four edges, any of which can be degenerate in the zero dimension (pole).
A domain sub-grid is a computationally orthogonal, continuous subset of a pw::DomainStructured domain.
An unstructured domain is a watertight collection of edge-connected surface elements (triangle, quadrilateral, etc.)
An edge is part of a domain boundary, consisting of oriented, node-connected pw::Connector objects.
The elliptic solver mode type
Type for filtering examine results
Utility functions for extent boxes, which are represented as a list of two vectors (the min and max of the box).
The extrusion solver mode type
A face is part of a block boundary, consisting of oriented, edge-connected pw::Domain objects.
Structured faces are collections of pw::DomainStructured that represent one of the six nominal sides of a pw::BlockStructured block.
An unstructured face is a collection of edge-connected pw::Domain objects that are used to build watertight boundaries of unstructured blocks.
Global actions for grid entities
Base type for all grid entities.
The GridExporter IO mode type
The GridImporter IO mode type
Grid shape type
The high order solver mode type
The base IO mode type
Global actions for layers
The merge mode type
The mode base type
Database model type
The modification mode type
The named spacing values modifier mode type
A node is the zero-dimensional boundary of a one-dimensional pw::Connector.
Database note type
Base type for all glyph types
Global actions of the application
The paste mode type
Database plane type
Utility functions for planes, which are represented as a list of four real values (the A, B, C and D coeffecients).
Database point type
The project loader mode type
Utility functions for quaternions, which are represented as a list of four real values (x, y, z, and angle).
Database quilt type
The re-extrusion solver mode type
Global actions for controlling script behavior
Connector and Curve segment type
Circle segment type
Conic segment type
Point interpolating spline connector segment type
Database constrained point interpolating segment type
Trim curve segment type
Database shape type
Database shell type
The solver mode type
Global actions for source entities
Base type for all source entities
The SourceImporter IO mode type
Source point type
Source point cloud type
Source shape type
Base class for spacing types
Explicit spacing type
The connector spacing synchronization mode type
Database surface type
The surface fitter mode type
Database trim surface type
Utility functions for time, which is represented as the number of seconds since epoch.
Utility functions for transform matrices, which are represented as a list of sixteen real values.
T-Rex condition type
The unstructured solver mode type
Utility functions for two dimensional vectors, which are represented as a list of two real values.
Utility functions for three dimensional vectors, which are represented as a list of three real values.
CAE volume condition type
The volume mesher mode type
The voxel solver mode type