algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Multi-Performance Based Computational Design: Integrated High-Rise Buildings www.berkekici.com
Unfortunately, Lotus is not announced yet as officially.
Many thanks Berk,
Would you mind sharing a link to this Lotus ES please. Thanks
Hi Omar, thanks for the comment.
The component that I used in this study is a custom Evolutionary Solver that calls Lotus. NSGA-II version has been developed in TU Delft | Netherlands, DE version has been developed in Yaşar University | Turkey.
Very interesting work, Is this a custom Evolutionary solver you're using there?
Hi Djordje, thanks for the comment. In total, I have considered 7 basic factors in the cost definition.
First, I have calculated diagrid structure length, core-facade-floor areas in order to multiply by unit costs.
Second, I calculated MEP-Substructure-Interior wall areas. In this case, it is possible to use some percentage values depending upon total square meter of high-rise. Then I multiplied by unit costs again.
Finally, I divided total cost that I get after this procedure into total floor area in order to optimize cost per square meter of generative model.
If you are interested to high-rise buildings's cost evaluation, you can find some papers on CTBUH's web site.
Very nice Berk. How did you define the "cost"? As the overall mass of your object?
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