Triangolar loads - Scan-and-Solve for Rhino2024-05-21T07:54:21Zhttp://www.scan-and-solve.com/forum/topics/triangolar-loads?feed=yes&xn_auth=noThanky for the suggestions. I…tag:www.scan-and-solve.com,2011-01-01:6083097:Comment:27152011-01-01T19:16:14.000ZVadim Shapirohttp://www.scan-and-solve.com/profile/VadimShapiro
Thanky for the suggestions. I assume that by triangular load, you mean a load that is linearly distributed over some edge. We will be adding more types of loads in the future, but we have not decided yet if edge loads should be allowed. Generally speaking, the loads should always be applied to faces. But linearly distributed loads over faces are indeed important.<br></br>
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On the price comparison: if you are satisfied with functionality of mesh-based FEA packages, you do not need…
Thanky for the suggestions. I assume that by triangular load, you mean a load that is linearly distributed over some edge. We will be adding more types of loads in the future, but we have not decided yet if edge loads should be allowed. Generally speaking, the loads should always be applied to faces. But linearly distributed loads over faces are indeed important.<br/>
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On the price comparison: if you are satisfied with functionality of mesh-based FEA packages, you do not need Scan&Solve. Our goal is to integrate design and analysis, geometry and physics, modeling and simulation as one. There is no other package today, <strong>at any cost</strong>, that achieves this level of integration. So no, we do not think that the price is excessive, and in fact several users commented that it was too low. And of course, our pre-release prices are even lower than low!