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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

the cross section sizing happens after eurocode in each step. since after each sizing step the system is calculated anew, main load bearing axes emerge - since bigger profiles attract more forces they become even bigger over the iterations

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Comment by Johannes on August 14, 2018 at 11:22am

Hey Robert,

I am an architectural student and doing a line based project. I am working on different iterative slab patterns but also need to do some stress analyze of them. My wanted result is to generate thicker and thinner piped/meshed lines of the pattern and eliminate the not really needed ones. The only problem is, my skills of karamba are not so sophisticated. Until now i only try it with cross section with some example of karamba3d but i definately not getting that great results as you have.

in this case it would be fantastic to get deeper informations of this interesting concept. Would it be possible to hear the steps you did in this script?

any help would be amazing.

thanks in advance.

best, johannes

Comment by David Stasiuk on November 29, 2014 at 11:44am

fantastic

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