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Concurrent Computer-Aided Integrated Building Design
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CAD layer. Computer-generated imagery CGI. Construction Operations Building Information Exchange. Computer aided manufacturing. The main research problem following this redesign has been the conversion of material data from the CFD program into a 3D-printable format and in order to achieve a closer linkage between design and building. This has been pursued by initially converting the fused material parameters into fluid weight data and eventually into RGB colour values.
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The resulting configuration was output initially as a multi-colour print and eventually fabricated in a multi-material. Metodologias projetuais em arquitetura. Inserted on the questioning of visual sintax, studying architectural graphic representation through its means of production is an attempt to restrict the limits an abstraction imposes.
Athanassios Economou. The research project presented in this paper aims to extend the repertoire of architectural design and construction. To achieve this purpose, research-through-design methods are used to match a commonly desired target geometry with a To achieve this purpose, research-through-design methods are used to match a commonly desired target geometry with a realistic and efficient materialisation strategy.
The proposed approach has been tested through construction of practical prototypes that eventuated in a full-scale structure that performed well in a variety of outdoor conditions. The outcome of this work is a workflow for semi-automated skinning of complex graphs such as trusses or space frames. The project tests this workflow through an application to a topologically complex L-system. The L-system graph is parametrically skinned with a continuous, adjustable envelope.
The outcomes of this skinning are materialised in fabric to produce a twelve-metrelong, wind-supported, airborne inflatable structure. This workflow is a novel extension of existing approaches to skinning and fabrication of structures based on complex graphs because it allows a hitherto unavailable, fabrication-ready geometric definition of joints between cylindrical and conical tubes of varying diameters. It is significant as a reusable approach to the geometric construction of such joints in a variety of materials and across multiple scales.
Furthermore, it is interesting as an innovative prototype of possible wind-supported architectural structures. In this study, Maltepe University Faculty of Architecture and Design, Department of Interior Architecture model and model transition to a project carried out in the master program will be discussed. In the short history of 3d Max software used in the project reference, the project in parallel with the ongoing modeling techniques, the learning process of visualization skills to contribute to the designer, how it reflects on the scene, how they can use in the design, it will be presented the results obtained in the subject and sample to be evaluated is a working model.
yvycomeryqah.tk Work on ceramics cafe design decisions, 3d model transfer, material selection, with light setting a finished design, decisions and results of the modeling stage equipment will be presented with the visual results. Survey on Content Based Image Retrieval. Invention of digital technology has lead to increase in the number of images that can be stored in digital format.
So searching and retrieving images in large image databases has become more challenging.
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From the last few years, Content CBIR is a system which uses visual features of image to search user required image from large image database and user's requests in the form of a query image. Important features of images are colour, texture and shape which give detailed information about the image. CBIR techniques using different feature extraction techniques are discussed in this paper.
This paper describes the design of FPGA based signal processing card.
An on board real time digital signal processing system is designed using FPGA. The platform can decode process of various kinds of digital and analog signals The platform can decode process of various kinds of digital and analog signals simultaneously. The design trend in this card is towards small size, high integration and fast real time processing. The project introduces many challenging issues, which are being addressed in turn with different prototype designs.
On the analysis of the architectural design of the Croffead House and the construction technology methods associated with its working drawings. On the analysis of the architectural design of the Conibear Shell House and the construction technology methods associated with its working drawings. The main didactic aim of the tool is presenting complicated concepts in a comprehensive graphical and analytical The main didactic aim of the tool is presenting complicated concepts in a comprehensive graphical and analytical way.
This software technique attempts to reduce the amount of extra hardware and cost of the circuit. In order to make our software being easily available, we used the Java platform, which is supported by most operating systems. The multi-platform JAVA runtime environment allows for easy access and usage of the tool.
Realizing sensory urban environments: decoding synthetic realities with urban performance simulation. The creation of enjoyable micro urban spaces requires the combination of new concepts with previous perceptions from experienced spaces. This paper proposes a methodology for allowing engineers to synthesize structural systems more efficiently within a building architectural context. The methodology follows a top-down approach where the engineer focuses first on the overall structural implications of the building architecture, and lets the computer take care of more specific and time consuming tasks.
The methodology is being developed in a three-phase project.
The first phase is described in this paper. At the core of the methodology lies an integrated representation that is used by the engineer, with the assistance of synthesis algorithms, to create the design model. The representation describes structural and architectural concepts that are relevant during conceptual structural design and relies on geometric modeling techniques for allowing the engineer to reason about the topology and geometry of the model being created. A software prototype has been implemented and a test case demonstrates its capabilities in supporting design synthesis.
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