algorithmic modeling for Rhino
karamba is an interactive, parametric finite element program. It lets you analyze the response of 3-dimensional beam and shell structures under arbitrary loads.
karamba is being developed by Clemens Preisinger in cooperation with Bollinger-Grohmann-Schneider ZTGmbH Vienna.
Download the free version for non-commercial use only. In case you want to purchase a commercial license contact us via email@example.com or read the manual for details.
examples (require GH 0.9.0014):
update report/known bugs:
Here a beam structure based on stream-lines with bending moments:
Dear All,Modelling and analyzing a high-rise structure in conceptual stage in Karamba, I'm wondering how much displacement (in cm) could be acceptable? The structure is about 130 meters…Continue
Started by Aryan Shahabian. Last reply by Aryan Shahabian yesterday.
Hi all,Would there be a way to define a pretensioned element, like the sheet metal in that goat video, and then apply some loads that take into account the pretension from the bending of the…Continue
Started by Andrei Raducanu. Last reply by Elisa Cheung on Tuesday.
Hi all,I need to convert the last item in Legend T texts (ShellView command) into a number.I split the initial > symbol but cannot convert the scientific notation output into a number.Thanks in…Continue
Started by Patricia Edith Camporeale. Last reply by Patricia Edith Camporeale on Monday.
Hi there! Our structure is inspired by woven wooden fences (rattan). Our rattan would consist of a more resistant materials (polymer) weaved around metallic posts. The two elements are independent…Continue
Started by mathieu Sudres. Last reply by mathieu Sudres Apr 19.