Graphical parameters definition

@GRAPHICAL_PARAMETERS_DEFINITION {
@GRAPHICAL_PARAMETERS_NAME {GrfParamName} {
@OBJECT_VISIBLE {YES/NO}
@OBJECT_HIGHLIGHTED {YES/NO}
@REPRESENTATION_TYPE {RprType}
@COLOR_FOR_CONFIGURATION {ConfColor}
@VECTOR_FIELD_TYPE {VfdType}
@COLOR_FOR_VECTOR_FIELD {FieldColor}
@COMMENTS {CommentText}
}
}

NOTES

  1. This section defines the parameters that control the visualization of a specific object. If @OBJECT_VISIBLE = NO, the object will not appear in the visualization. If @OBJECT_HIGHLIGHTED = YES the object will be highlighted in the visualization. The following objects can be assigned graphical parameters.
  2. In the visualization, each object of the model is depicted using a specific representation. The following representation types are possible RprType = CURVE, LINE, MESH, SURFACE, SYMBOL, or TRIAD. Each object allows specific representations.
  3. The color used to represent the configuration of an object is ConfColor, whereas that used to represent the vector field associated with the elements is FieldColor. The names of the available colors are defined in table 1.
  4. Color nameRed Green Blue Color nameRed Green Blue
    BLACK 0 0 0BLUE 0 0 255
    BLUE_SKY0 191 255CYAN 0 255 255
    GREEN 0 255 0AQUAMARINE 127 255 212
    CHARTREUSE 127 255 0PURPLE 160 32 240
    SIENNA 160 82 45OLIVE 202 255 112
    SALMON 250 128 114WHEAT 245 222 179
    BEIGE 245 245 220RED 255 0 0
    MAGENTA 255 0 255DEEP_PINK 255 20 147
    CORAL 255 114 86CHOCOLATE 255 127 36
    ORANGE 255 165 0GOLD 255 215 0
    NAVAJO 255 222 173CORNSILK 255 248 220
    YELLOW 255 255 0WHITE 255 255 255
    Table 1. Available color options defined in the red, green, blue convention.
    Each integer from 0 to 255 gives the intensity of the red, green and blue components, respectively.
  5. The visualization phase enable the representation of a number of vector fields that are superimposed to the instantaneous configuration of the system. Specific vector fields must be enabled in the graphics control parameters{GrfCtrl} section.
  6. It is possible to attach comments to the definition of the object; these comments have no effect on its definition.