This page allows you to upload a T3d job
in terms of the input file and command line options.
Please fill in the form below:
The uploaded T3d job will be generally not processed immediately to prevent server overloading.
It will be placed in the processing queue from which the jobs are released on the first-in first-out basis.
The job will be assigned an identification number which is required by all services
(job status view, job results view, job removal, results removal) when being accessed from the
T3d @ WWW page.
You can be also notified about the completion of the job and about the URL of the generated results
by email using the optionally supplied email address(es).
For your convenience, T3d jobs without input file (typically for T3d usage, parameter or format description)
and T3d jobs verifying the input file will be processed immediately. In such a case, the T3d job will be not
assigned any identification number and the optionally supplied email address is ignored.
Note that the upload script limits the size of the T3d input file to around 100 kB
(so that the server does not get swamped with data).
Note that the T3d job is limited to consume not more than about 25 MB of memory
otherwise its run is prematurely terminated.
Also note that some of the T3d options (described in
T3D User Guide) are irrelevant
due to the remote batch mode of T3d execution. These are
and partially graphics output option -y (only VRML output is supported).
All these options are removed or used with appropriate arguments.
Moreover all file names (specified by -i, -o, -g and -x options)
are ignored and replaced by names t3d.in, t3d.out, t3d.rep and t3d.vrml, if required.
The generation of log file t3d.rep is always enforced.
Use the output check boxes to prescribe the ordinary mesh output and VRML graphics output.
These check boxes are used only for convenience. You can still prescribe the required output using
the appropriate command line options.
Use the input verification check box if you want just to check your T3d input file.
In such a case your job will be processed immediately but without generating any mesh.
Don't you have your own T3d input file? Try some of the T3d examples !
You will find the recommended command line at the top of each example. The options follow the leading t3d string.