Vectorized Dynamic Relaxation for Structural Form Finding using NumPy

Pirouz Nourian, Shervin Azadi, Kotryna Valečkaitė

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Abstract

A Vectorized Dynamic Relaxation algorithm designed and implemented by Shervin Azadi, Pirouz Nourian, and Kotryna Valeckaite

This repository has been created as an educational resource for the course EARTHY: Computational Design for Earth Architecture

The code is mainly inspired by and largely based on the code samples generously shared by the Block Research Group in ETH Zurich, Prof. Philippe Block, Dr Tom van Mele et al.

Based on the method explained in the slides available on this repository, after the two references found thanks to our colleague Dirk Rinze Visser:

Adriaenssens, S., P. Block, D. Veenendaal, and C. Williams (2014). Shell Structures for Architecture: Form Finding and Optimization. New York: Routledge. Chapter 2: Review of Dynamic Relaxation with an extension to six degrees of freedom theory by Adriaenssens, S.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherGitHub/Zenodo
Place of Publicationhttps://zenodo.org/record/3459223#.XZG0QfkzZPY
Edition1.1
Publication statusPublished - 24 Sep 2019

Keywords

  • Vectorized Code
  • Dynamic Relaxation method
  • NumPy
  • Python
  • Structural Form Finding
  • Masonry buildings

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