Structural engineering firms is of great importance for the innovation and development of societies. Although it is one of the oldest professions, this industry continues to grow. Applying scientific knowledge, invention, and design, structural and civil engineers can give solutions to different problems and meet the needs of both people and societies. Now, a structural […]
Apologize for the silence lately. Been working hard to improve the 3D visualization in Tribby3d 😺 It hasn’t been released yet, but check out the demo below if you are curious:
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When designing load-bearing structural components, it is essential to understand the internal force conditions induced by external loading. Use tribby3d to avoid building complicated FE models!
I hope you have enjoyed the summer so far. We have been busy working on some visual improvements in Tribby3d that we hope you will enjoy. Ever since the initial launch of Tribby3d, we were never satisfied with “just“ making a useful and powerful engineering software. We also wanted to make it a piece of […]
Just because you’re trash, doesn’t mean you can’t do great things. It’s called garbage can, not garbage cannot 🗑️
New algorithm for column tributary area expansions in tribby3d. Not yet finished but I have made some good progress 😊
The Traveling Salesman Problem, also known as TSP, is one of the most well-known logical problems in Computer Science. The premise is simple – imagine that you are a salesman that have meetings in a number of different cities across the globe. The question is then – in what order should you visit these cities […]
🎥 New Youtube video available with a demo of the Free Column Load Calculator and Tributary Area Software: Read more about Tribby3d here: https://tribby3d.com Access the free tool here: Free Tributary Area Calculator
Tribby3d 1.1.0 was just release with a long requested feature: the ability to clean models and remove duplicate elements. Check it out! 🧹 Read the documentation about the clean tool here.