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Extracting Bending Moments

Recently a user asked about calculating section properties of a pre-cast concrete beam he was working on.  So I modified…Continue

Started Oct 1, 2013

Querying Solution at Text Dots

A user asked for the ability to output solution values at the location of text dots.  I've added to the documentation a script that does that.  The script can be viewed at this…Continue

Started May 2, 2013

 

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Michael Freytag replied to george edwards's discussion 'Selected object is not a valid solid object'
"Hello George, Scan&Solve doesn't do anything special beyond what Rhino functionality says about a shape being a valid closed polysurface that represents a valid solid.  I do see in your first image some odd half cylinders residing…"
Dec 9
Michael Freytag replied to Ian Boyd's discussion 'Stress XX, XY etc.'
"Hello Ian, Your understanding of the notation is correct. Stress XY is the stress on the X plane (its normal points along X-axis) due to a force acting in the Y direction - this is a shear stress.  Stress XX is the stress on the X plane due to…"
Nov 7
Michael Freytag replied to Tom D.'s discussion 'FEA Results Domain'
"Tom, It sounds like you want to skip certain regions (i.e. neighborhood of restraints) when generating the output for the report - something like: "Ignore solution (stress?) values within some distance X of any restraint, whether sampling…"
Oct 17
Michael Freytag replied to Tom D.'s discussion 'Small Wish: Time of run'
"Hello Tom, Would you want this in the report, or would a simple message in the UI be sufficient? ~Michael"
Oct 15
Michael Freytag replied to Filipe Natalio's discussion 'bake section'
"Hello Filipe, If you are feeling adventurous you could excise the cross-section appearance from a screen-grab of a properly oriented viewport (i.e. top view of z-section plane) then use this as a texture map onto a manually generated…"
Oct 6
Michael Freytag replied to Filipe Natalio's discussion 'bake section'
"Filipe, Scan&Solve does not have the ability to bake the section.  How would you want the section to be baked?  Would you want the clipped shape AND the planar section? ~Michael"
Oct 6
Michael Freytag replied to Marco Romagnoli's discussion 'Resolution'
"If the grid is connected, the physics of the simulation are connected as well. So to your questions: "For the software are considered as only one parts? No 2 ribs?" the answer is: Yes, no 2 ribs. ~Michael"
Jul 12
Michael Freytag replied to Paul Bury's discussion 'Partial model results'
"Hello Paul, I've never seen this before.  It has the appearance (but not exactly) of inadequate resolution in the Z-buffer of your graphics card.  Do you see different triangles popping into and out of existence as you change the…"
Jun 11
Michael Freytag replied to Jacek Godlewski's discussion 'Restraints: How to model a hinge support point?'
"Hello Jacek, That looks like it should work fine, there is still some resistance to rotation due to the Z-restraint on the bottom face, but the face is probably small enough it won't affect the behavior a lot. Here's an approach that…"
May 8
Michael Freytag replied to Jacek Godlewski's discussion 'Restraints: How to model a hinge support point?'
"Hello Jacek,   I'll work up an example for applying rotational restraints using a geometry similar to yours. As for getting the report to generate additional outputs, you have to modify the report template as described…"
May 7
Michael Freytag replied to Nick's discussion 'Stalled'
"Nick, You should have an email message inviting you to upload it to a shared Google drive. ~Michael"
Dec 17, 2013
Michael Freytag replied to Nick's discussion 'Stalled'
"Hello Nick, If you'd like, email the 3dm file to support@intact-solutions.com and we'll try to diagnose the problem.  What version of Scan&Solve are you running? You can purge SnS data by exploding the solid and…"
Dec 13, 2013
Michael Freytag replied to Marco Romagnoli's discussion 'Load as a plane'
"If I understand correctly, you are interested in the stress state in the walls versus just the top.  For a simulation model, can you just ignore the top and apply the load to the walls directly?  Something like this: ~Michael"
Nov 18, 2013
Michael Freytag replied to Marco Romagnoli's discussion 'Load as a plane'
"Marco, Is there a particular physical situation that you are trying to simulate?  What output are you interested in?  Stresses, displacements? ~Michael"
Nov 18, 2013
Michael Freytag replied to Ian Boyd's discussion 'Export SNS solution as 3D PDF with SimLab plug in'
"Hello Ian, A spring is a good place to start.  It is relatively easy to model while simultaneously being non-trivial.  We'll have to limit it to compression springs with a gap between the coils.  In the case…"
Nov 8, 2013
Michael Freytag replied to Ian Boyd's discussion 'Export SNS solution as 3D PDF with SimLab plug in'
"Hello Ian, There are a few example scripts in the SnSScript examples forum:   http://www.scan-and-solve.com/forum/categories/snsscript-examples/listForCategory and also in the SnSScript documentation:  …"
Nov 7, 2013

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Scan&Solve™ for Rhino: Now With Gravity!

The latest beta version of Scan&Solve™ for Rhino is available from Intact-Solutions at www.scanandsolve.com. This version adds a significant new feature- GRAVITY. Simply choose the material for your shape, select restraints, and check the Gravity checkbox. Click the [Go] button to see the performance of your shape under it's own weight:…


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Posted on August 18, 2010 at 3:00pm

Announcing Scan&Solve™ for Rhino: Stress Analysis Made Easy

Scan&Solve™ for Rhino is a new plugin from Intact Solutions that completely automates basic structural testing of Rhino solids. No simplification, healing, translating, or meshing is needed. Depending on complexity of your shape and chosen resolution, you may need to wait for a few minutes, but the results are worth the wait!


Simply pick the material, choose restraints and specify loads on the faces of the solid model:…
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Posted on August 9, 2010 at 6:30pm — 14 Comments

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