An application-defined subset of a problem domain. More...
Public Member Functions
|MetaData &||mesh_meta_data () const|
|The meta data manager that owns the PartRepository which created this part. |
|unsigned||primary_entity_rank () const|
|The primary entity type for this part. |
|const std::string &||name () const|
|Application-defined text name of this part. |
|unsigned||mesh_meta_data_ordinal () const|
|Internally generated ordinal of this part that is unique within the owning meta data manager. |
|const PartVector &||supersets () const|
|Parts that are supersets of this part. |
|const PartVector &||subsets () const|
|Parts that are subsets of this part. |
|const PartVector &||intersection_of () const|
|Parts for which this part is defined as the intersection. |
|const std::vector< PartRelation > &||relations () const|
|PartRelations for which this part is a member, root or target. |
|bool||operator== (const Part &rhs) const|
|Equality comparison. |
|bool||operator!= (const Part &rhs) const|
|Inequality comparison. |
|template<class A >|
|const A *||attribute () const|
|Query attribute that has been attached to this part. |
An application-defined subset of a problem domain.
An application may define parts corresponding to geometric subdomains, modeling subdomains, material subdomains, parallel distributed subdomains, entities of the same type of discretization (e.g., hexahedrons, tetrahedrons, ...), or any other application need for subsetting.
A Part is created, owned, and modified by a Part manager.
|unsigned stk::mesh::Part::primary_entity_rank||(||)|| const
The primary entity type for this part.
For example, the primary purpose of an Element part is to define a collection of elements. However, the nodes of those elements are also members of an element part. Return std::numeric_limits<unsigned>::max() if no primary entity type.
|const PartVector& stk::mesh::Part::supersets||(||)|| const
|const PartVector& stk::mesh::Part::subsets||(||)|| const
|const PartVector& stk::mesh::Part::intersection_of||(||)|| const