Scan-and-Solve for Rhino

Simulate Early, Simulate Often... In Rhino

I send you my last exercise I have done,
with a framework simulating the hull of a boat or a passenger car in aluminum workers.
I could not fix a flaw inherent in the modeling of Rhino on the one hand you see a"triangle ", which was also calculated by Scan & Solve.
Question: How do I interpretarte this data?


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If this part and loading is symmetric, I would perform analysis on just a quarter of the model.  Use Rhino's intersect command with a solid block to isolate the quarter that does not have geometric problems.  Apply partial restraints to the new faces created during the intersection operation:

Also be sure try analysis at different resolutions to get a sense of the convergence behavior, as described here.


Hope that helps.


It seems that the symmetric restraint can be valid,it's nice.


or just keeping only one direction?



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