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Form finding exercise with kangaroo and millepide (AA visiting school in Rome "form as unknown)

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Comment by djordje on November 12, 2012 at 6:32pm

Grazie per la risposta

Although I did not use Milipede, I guess it works on quite similar principles like Karamba.
But in Karamba, the mesh would not shrink, it would just elevate on particular positions.
And it seems Milipede has an ability to shrink the surface too, besides elevating the mesh points?!

Comment by Maurizio A. Degni on November 12, 2012 at 6:22pm

Hello djordje,

thank you ;)

In the original project, Musmeci used soap film and neoprene membrane to study the minimal surface.

In this exercise I would only represent the structural stress behavior.

Comment by djordje on November 9, 2012 at 6:52pm

Maurizio your project looks very interesting.
Is it using some minimal surface principle?

Comment by Maurizio A. Degni on November 6, 2012 at 11:35am

Hi Dhruv,

thx a lot.

The colors represent the realtime vonmises stress, useful to highlight te traction stress.

I have moved the central point after the kangaroo start to simulate the Musmeci's experiment ;)

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