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Comment by Mahdi Soheyli Fard on March 26, 2013 at 10:16am

Ahmed?!!! Really? Wow, that will be a great reference for me! cause i just started my thesis researching in references And studies around what has been done before, so that would be awesome, real thanks,

my Email:

M.Soheylifard@gmail.com

it'll be my honor to read your Thesis.

Comment by Ahmed Abbas on March 26, 2013 at 10:04am

Well...I did my undergraduate thesis on Islamic geometries and patterns not only for the ornamentation but also the way it was used in forming constructive elements of built form. If you are interested I can send few parts of my thesis through email....send me your email ID.

Comment by Mahdi Soheyli Fard on March 26, 2013 at 8:35am

great, so it'll be my pleasure to know about your prospects...information sharing will be appreciated, thank you bro!

Comment by Ahmed Abbas on March 26, 2013 at 5:55am

Interesting research ...Even I like such attitude of working towards Islamic Architecture....

Comment by 孙心 on March 25, 2013 at 9:37pm

goooood!

Comment by Mahdi Soheyli Fard on March 25, 2013 at 3:00pm

Wow! that cmnt was real useful,

yep, I'm working on Islamic Architecture, but with a new perspective which defines a greater line between structure and energy based upon Islamic attitudes to material and efficient buildings (like some interactions between daylight and structures which are located as some sun radiation control systems, more on a systematized relations between both fields). 

Comment by Ahmed Abbas on March 25, 2013 at 2:32pm

Are you working on Islamic Architecture?

Comment by Ahmed Abbas on March 25, 2013 at 2:30pm

Yes it only takes shells, beams and columns. It means that you need to import only line geometry into GSA. Actually I do not have much experience but if you want to do analysis for walls and slabs I would recommend karamba or Diana (without grasshopper plugin). I have worked a bit in Diana but it is bit complicated. If you can convert elements as beams and columns then according to my view GSA is very user friendly to handle….thanks for your appreciation.

Comment by Mahdi Soheyli Fard on March 25, 2013 at 2:08pm

Real thanks for explaining,

actually i was looking for something as the same you've got, the approach is to simulate some model of traditional structure elements, as I've been using Karamba, the challenge could be solved by this kind of great plug-in, but as a matter fact it takes place on shells and beams only (maybe we can convert high-weight past architecture elements to shells and beams). i just checked out GSA suite website, it will be my pleasure by sharing any kind of experiences about traditional structure analysis if you have!

Thanks again for sharing your work, it made me motivated for going through sth awesome as you've marked!

Comment by Ahmed Abbas on March 25, 2013 at 1:52pm

I have created geometry using rhino and grasshopper and later imported to GSA suite for structural performance. It is the software based on finite element method, which calculates different forces, when applying with different load cases. It also allows exploring with different materials and sizes of geometry. There is also a plugin that connects the grasshopper with the GSA suite and in that case geometry can be exploit parametrically. 

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