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A few simple requests:

It would be nice to be able to use more elements (finer mesh). I just did an analysis with 200,000 elements. And in some of the more interesting places on my model, there is not as much detail as I'd…Continue

Started Dec 22, 2015

Networked computers for faster results!
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I have access to two or three computers and they are sitting idle while I am waiting for the results to come in for my latest test.Some customers probably have dozens or even hundred of computers on…Continue

Tags: computing, networked

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike Calvino Feb 1.

Optimise geometry
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Firstly, I am amazed at how simple Scan and Solve is to use.Well done on that front!I would really love to see the ability to dynamically change the geometry over several iterations based on the FEA…Continue

Tags: evolutionary, topology, geometry, Optimise

Started this discussion. Last reply by leslie dean brown Jan 9.

Error installing SnS WIP
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Hello,I get the following error installing SnS WIP:I have the educational license and that works fine...Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by leslie dean brown Dec 22, 2015.

 

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What modeling, simulation and analysis tools do you use?
Rhino, grasshopper, bongo, inspire

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