generative modeling for Rhino
i'm doing an experiment with GH and karamba to find the optimal of 3 column/beam position in a simple rectangle plan, the thing is it's getting wired results from the analysis of deformation like the follow pics, which the second seems more reasonable but still having a worse result compare to the first which have a rather wired positions..,which i'm using "mesh-load" from the square plan.
also with the 'mesh-load' component should i feed the inputs of 'mesh' and 'pos' with separate branches for let's say different levels, or should i flatten those inputs? cuz i tried with separate branches but the 'assemble' is not working accordingly!
and last question, as i use '-1' for the load case of gravity the deformation value didn't really change with or without gravity, is this a mistake i have with wrong definition of GH or any other reason?
i'll be glad to hear any response! thanks
sorry for the missing GH definition!
seems like you haven't defined more than the 6 beams - so 'mesh load' does not more than distributing the uniform load from the rectangle to the three nodes of the triangle.
you have to take the edge-lines of a rather fine mesh of the rectangle, and then either incorporate the nodes of your triangle somehow to those mesh edges+vertices (proximity?) or snap to the closest one of the vertices.
thanks so much for the reply!
i was thinking what you've mentioned about "incorporate the nodes of your triangle somehow to those mesh edges+vertices"
is it something like the tutorial file of Karamba named "BracingWalls" like the attched one? if so i suppose i could use the same connection as in the file with my rectangular mesh and triangular column/beam support?
i'd be glad to hear any discussion! thanks!
I think you can apply the same logic there..!