Sad to know.
But you may do project in similar manner, or may be in better or relaxed manner. We have good community who can guide and review your work.
All the best,
Sad to know.
Of course i'm not sure, but i guess. Of course I will continue my work very seriously. Thank you for your attention.
Interesting project. But can't discuss more here. This forum is for FreeCAD and related modules. Can you thing it can be used in FreeCAD?ebrahim raeyat wrote: ↑Sun Nov 25, 2018 11:52 amit also has some other projects:
If you are able to run it on Ubuntu (Linux), do tell me solution on my Email: dotorgdotcom @ gmail . comFile "/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/dxfstructure/pycore/Profile.py",
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I think it can be used in FreeCAD as they mentioned in about:
I have been installed it many years ago, but didn't work with it seriously.
Very interesting project! Indeed if it "adds" features to an existing dxf file, this might be usable in FreeCAD somehow...ebrahim raeyat wrote: ↑Sun Nov 25, 2018 11:52 am@hardeeprai I also have been saw this project and have been contacted with their author. it seems it's a good place to start!
Thanks. As I realized, it adds some features to dxf file and for this it uses special layers and colors for rebars, text , etc and sync texts in various locations. it also capable to show relation between this text with lines. it also counts the number of rebars for given line in prependicular to rebar.
I wish to work on adding FElt as a solver in the FEM workbench.bernd wrote: ↑Tue Nov 13, 2018 6:09 amadded Felt to the list of interesting solvers FEM_Solverhardeeprai wrote: ↑Mon Nov 12, 2018 4:54 pmIs any current solver used through FEM workbench has 1D beam element to do plane and frame analysis (which is most commonly used for structural analysis of Steel and Reinforced Concrete frames). I am thinking to use FElt for this purpose.
which is an effort to make it to run on latest compilers and hardware.
Original FElt is at: http://felt.sourceforge.net/
Try following this thread on ooFem whereby @bernd mentors how to integrate a solver in to FEM. Also you probably want to start your own thread and perhaps reference it from this thread so people can follow it (to avoid hijacking this thread)Sudhanshu wrote: ↑Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:42 amI wish to work on adding FElt as a solver in the FEM workbench.
For that purpose I have tried to understand how other solvers take input and show output in FreeCAD from the source code but that wasn't
So a pointer in the right direction would be really helpful.