algorithmic modeling for Rhino
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@Jissi Choi, It would be great if you share de Def. Thanks a lot!
Hi Mateo, I have a question...
I have the section curves in the end of the definition, how can I make a surface with this curves???...
hi jissi,
it would be nice, if you share the pict of your def.
thanks in advance.
Thank you very much Jissi!
I checked my mail address and I didn't received your message. Could you please re-send it to info@matteoloprete.com ?
I will take a look to your work and it will be surely useful to better comprehend my mistake.
Thank you again.
M
From your idea and definition..
I did a few modification.. for calculating approximate equipotential curves..
And Here is the definition..
the Vector Display shows a Electric Field Vectors..
Sadly, this comment line doesn't allow me to attach GH file..
I sent you it via Email..
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_potential#Electric_potential_...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_field#Definition
http://sciencewise.blogspot.com/2008/01/exploring-electrostatics.html
Hello Jissi, thank you for your feedback. Could you show me how to modify the GH definition in order to obtain a better result? I will appreciate it!
Best regards,
M
There is a big mistake here.
Vectors from the negative particles are created in the opposite direction, but
at the last process only the lengths (which are always positive) of vectors are used.
So the result curves are just connections of points which have same length the vectors.
This is not the equipotential curves.
It is not considered at all of negative particles.
You can find easily that positive and negative particles (attractors) are on the same curve.
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