Salome Tutorials
The goal of this section is to provide users with the SALOME basic lessons. These training examples cover Geometry, Smesh and Visu functionalities. Select tutorial from the list below.
EDF R&D Tutorials
EDF Exercise 1: Primitives, partition and meshing example Geometric Primitives, tetrahedral and hexahedral 3D meshing, Partitions. 

EDF Exercise 2: 2D Modeling and Meshing Example Geometrical Primitives, triangular 2D mesh, Zone Refinement, mesh modification, sewing. 

EDF Exercise 3: Complex Geometry meshed with hexahedrons, quality controls 3D Geometry, Partition, Hexahedral mesh, mesh display, quality controls. 

EDF Exercise 4: Extrusion along Path and meshing example The purpose is to produce a prismatic meshing on a curved geometry. 

EDF Exercise 5: Geometry by blocks, shape healing Creation of a geometric object by Blocks, Primitive, Boolean Operation, Shape healing. 

EDF Exercise 6: Complex Geometry, hexahedral mesh 3D Geometry, Partition, Hexahedral Mesh. 

EDF Exercise 7: Creation of mesh without geometry Manual creation of a mesh. 

EDF Exercise 8: Pattern Mapping. Creation of a Pattern mapping. 

EDF Exercise 9: Joint use of TUI and GUI Learn to use GUI dialogs with TUI commands to generate a pipe with different sections 

EDF Exercise 10: Work with scripts only This exercise is to learn working with Python scripts in SALOME. The scripts allow to parameterize studies and to limit the disk space for the storage. 
OCC Tutorials
OCC Exercise 1: Example of Nut This exercise illustrates the use of Geometry and SMESH SALOME functionalities for building and meshing the nut shape. Shape is built using Sketch, Transformations and Boolean operations. 


OCC Exercise 2: Example of Bracket This exercise illustrates the use of Geometry and SMESH SALOME functionalities for building and meshing the bracket shape. Shape is built using Primitives, Transformations and Boolean operations. 

OCC Exercise 3: Example of group creation using filters This exercise illustrates the use of SMESH SALOME functionalities for creation of groups. This can be done using filters. Group can be used for definition of boundary conditions, for selection of bad elements. The previous example is used. 
OCC Exercise 4: Example of usage mesh 1D and 0D algorithms and hypothesis This exercise illustrates the use of SMESH SALOME 1D and 0D algorithms and hypothesis and functionalities for meshing of the prism shape. Note that choice of mesh strongly depends on problem under investigation. 

OCC Exercise 5: Example of usage mesh 2D algorithms and hypothesis This exercise illustrates the use of SMESH SALOME 2D algorithms and hypothesis and functionalities for meshing of the prism shape. 

OCC Exercise 6: Example of usage mesh 3D algorithms and hypothesis This exercise illustrates the use of SMESH SALOME 3D algorithms and hypothesis and functionalities for meshing of the prism shape. 
