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Crossbeam for a 24 ft trailerable trimaran

(Posted for Jody Culbert)I just sent the whole series of screenshots that I had sent to the client to helphim understand the dynamics…Continue

Started Oct 3, 2010

 

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Scan&Solve replied to James Sabmeethavorn's discussion 'how to model'
"James, to answer your question,  yes, the current version of Scan&Solve works only with single solids.  Depending on your assumptions,  it may be Ok to treat assembly as a single solid,  but obviously it would only be a…"
Aug 12
Scan&Solve replied to Eric Foy's discussion 'Longitudinal Banding on Thin Skins'
"You are analyzing a very thin shell model using 3D elements in Scan&Solve.  It is possible that your resolution is not high enough to deal with such a high size/thickness ratio, as explained in the documentation.  But it is…"
Jul 29
Scan&Solve replied to Jody Culbert's discussion 'Upgrade and need license'
"Jody,  the new license was emailed to you the same day ... but looks like you changed your email, and so it could have gone to the old email address.  We just resent it to @gmail.com  Please check."
Jul 12
Scan&Solve replied to Marco Romagnoli's discussion 'Time consuming'
"Good question.  The answer is somewhat complicated,  but a simplified version would look something like this.   The two most time consuming steps in the solver is (1) assembly of the linear systems of equations,   which involves…"
Jul 11
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Intact Solutions is hiring!

Intact Solutions, a spinoff from University of Wisconsin - Madison, is developing next generation tools for engineering modeling, analysis and simulation, such as Scan&Solve.   This is a ground floor opportunities to join a rapidly growing…
Jul 9
Scan&Solve replied to David Marco Ciscar's discussion 'Sculptural connected buildings'
"Tell us more!   What is going on here?"
Jul 2
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Scan&Solve 2014 is now available

   Scan&Solve 2014 for Rhino has finally been released following the beta period that ended on  June 18.   If you are currently using Scan&Solve 2014 Beta,  it will stop working on June 20th.   To continue using Scan&Solve 2014, you need…
Jun 20
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Webinar: Scan&Solve 2014 features and uses

Choose from two convenient times:      Australia & Asia    Friday, June 6, 12pm AEST Americas & Europe    Friday, June 6, 11am CDT Join us in this free live webinar with Dr. Michael Freytag to learn about the…
May 29
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Scan&Solve 2014 Beta is Free until June 18, 2014

Pre-order now and save 20%-40%  To celebrate the release of Scan&Solve 2014 Beta, it will be available absolutely free to all Rhino users until June 18, 2014.  During this period, you can upgrade your current 1.x license with 40% discount or you can…
Apr 18
Ibrahim Muhammed commented on Scan&Solve's video
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Scan&Solve Structural Analysis in Rhino for Beginners

"Thank you. The Union approach does make sense physically. I will try it."
Apr 6
Scan&Solve commented on Scan&Solve's video
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Scan&Solve Structural Analysis in Rhino for Beginners

"Version 1.X of Scan&Solve handles only singles solids.   You would have to union the segments into a single solid before analysis (if this makes sense physically).   Assembly analysis (multiple solids) is currently work in…"
Apr 6
Ibrahim Muhammed commented on Scan&Solve's video
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Scan&Solve Structural Analysis in Rhino for Beginners

"I am absolutely new to Scan and Solve. How can I select multiple solids to analyze? I would like to analyze the various concrete segments of a segmental concrete arch."
Apr 6
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Mar 11
Scan&Solve replied to yochanan Zweig's discussion 'defining materials / properties'
"Yes, of course.  Here is the link to documentation explaining how to do it . You can also import materials as explained here And you can download some additional popular materials here "
Mar 10
Scan&Solve replied to M Polites's discussion 'Architectural Systems - Paper Component Analysis'
"Mary,  thank you for posting this.   You may want to post the links to the student projects in case others want to see them.  Meanwhile,  we also posted them here  and under the "Galleries" tab.   Very…"
Dec 17, 2013
Scan&Solve replied to Francisco Serrano's discussion 'different materials'
"Marco,   yes, we do,  but everything seems to take longer than anticipated :-( The current estimate is to release WIP version that handles multiple materials in the first quarter of 2014 -- but  only after the official  release…"
Nov 16, 2013

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What caused the cracks in Michelangelo's David?

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