Simulate Early, Simulate Often... In Rhino
I went to a conference last week about how simulation can help now to the designers. In this point, it was said a relatively new option: topological optimization of a part. Going from solid to an improved part with less material.
I would like to know if there is any possibility to integrate any other software or develop something with GH or any other tool that can do this kind of optimization. Example of software: FEMAP
thanks for the answers.
Added by Scan&Solve on November 15, 2012 at 9:29pm — No Comments
Meshfree simulation for meshes?…Continue
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To Vadim, Michael, the SNS team, a big thank you and all the best for the festive season!
Extensive component testing (and development as a result of that) has seen me promoted to the position of National Product Manager, with my own R&D team, supplying products to five companies. And back to engineering school.
2012 is going to be busier than ever. SnS will once again be playing a critical role.
I made a benchmark study among Scan&Solve and two simulation software I usually use: SolidWorks Simulation (2010, 64 bit) and Comsol Multiphysics (3.5a, 64bit).
The study is related to a vehicle coupler (3D model) with many small features and fillets.
The coupler is fixed in all…Continue
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