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At 1:31pm on October 13, 2016, Msahli zouhir said…


You should go to

then right click and  select  view page source  command  ,you found the hydrodynamic  code that is used  in the site , and which is well documented   in the document attached

i managed to  "wire"  that code in grasshopper (look at the png)  ,it is only a matter of rhinocommon ,the motion RAO's (Heave, Pitch and Roll ) combined with Sea spectrum gives the time domain ship motion ...

I will  soon documet this application ,and may be share it ,but now unfortunatly

I'am very busy with the Probabilistic damage stability modeling , a question of one month max ...

Best regards Msahli



At 2:50am on October 24, 2012, Robert Vier said…
workflow of karamba together with kangaroo can be that 
1) you modify a mesh or lines with kangaroo, e.g. generate and modify a hanging model
2) take the mesh or the lines as structural elements in karamba, and every time kangaroo updates the geometry (interval can be set), karamba calculates the structural response
3) size the cross sections of the structure according to the member forces
4) use galapagos determining certain parameters of the model, e.g. unary forces in kangaroo to adjust the model
.... ;)
At 7:40am on October 23, 2012, Robert Vier said…
Hey rasmus, you are right, both with karamba and my thesis. And for the gridshell- we did not know about that one but had a similar case. Karamba comes with a component for iterative approximation of large deformations.. And most of it is free.
At 10:32am on October 21, 2009, Tim Nøhr Elkær said…
Hej Rasmus. Hvor studerer du henne?
At 2:33pm on October 13, 2009, Tim Nøhr Elkær said…
Hej Rasmus. Vil du være interesseret i at komme ud på Danmarks Designskole og fortælle lidt om, hvad du aktuelt roder med i Grashopper? Det kunne fx. være fredag i uge 43. Think-it-over og svar her på forum.





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