Column force calculations are finally coming to Tribby3d! Column point loads can be calculated by multiplying the column’s tributary area with applicable area loads. For some structures, several area loads might overlap with the same column’s tributary area. Then the loading zones must be intersected with the tributary area to find out how much each […]
Happy Friday all! Using tributary areas for calculating column loads is a great way to achieve results fast, especially in early design stages. With Tribby3d, that gets even faster! Check out https://tribby3d.com/solution to learn more, and visit https://tribby3d.com/sign-up to sign up for the free beta.
Improved visualization of columns in 2d! Based on user feedback, this hotfix addresses to make it easier to distinguish columns from the rest of the structure when seen from above. Check out https://tribby3d.com/sign-up for more info and to sign-up for the free beta.
The Tribby3d team wishes all our users and followers a happy new year and best wishes for 2021! Check out https://tribby3d.com/sign-up for more info and to sign-up for the free beta.
We’ve been busy making improvements to the text label visualization in the viewport lately, which luckily seems to be working well in 3d too! Stay tuned for Tribby3d version 0.12 which will be released soon. As always, check out https://tribby3d.com/sign-up for more info and to sign-up for the free beta.
Coming soon to Tribby3d based on a user request: the ability to draw custom area loads which can be used together with tributary areas to calculate column forces!
Today Tribby3d version 0.11 was released with some hot new features! Some commands now allow for numeric input, such as setting coordinates of columns, walls and floors (see below for demo). Request free beta access on https://tribby3d.com/sign-up and test it out!
First babysteps towards implementing multistory load-takedown analysis in tribby3d. Still lots to do left, but glad to see the basic mechanics in place! Get access to the beta today by signing up here: https://tribby3d.com/sign-up
Here’s a snapshot of using Tribby3d to calculate column tributary area of a circular floor plate. Check out the Solution page to learn more about Tribby3d. Get access to the beta today by signing up here: https://tribby3d.com/sign-up
Happy Saturday! Using the tributary area method for calculating column loads is a great way to get results fast, especially in early design stages. With Tribby3d, that gets even faster! I’ve put together a video that animates how this process works behind the scene. Check out the video below, and the Solution page to learn […]