Monday, July 17, 2023

food4Rhino webinar: TRfem and TRmesh (July 19 at 5 PM CEST)

food4Rhino webinar: TRfem and TRmesh
July 19 at 5 PM CEST

TRfem and TRmesh are a pair of new plugins for simulation.

TRmesh is a general tetrahedral meshing plugin for TRfem, featuring a highly performant and robust novel fuzzy mesher inspired by Poisson disk sampling and Metropolis sampling, suitable for any finite element-based volumetric simulation.

TRfem is a peer-reviewed heat transfer solver featuring solving for interior/exterior boundary conditions, with result slicing, isosurface extraction, and other import/export capabilities.

In this webinar, Mathias will demonstrate general tetrahedral meshing with TRmesh, then provide a comprehensive introduction to heat transfer simulation in Rhino, covering essential concepts such as thermal flux, dissipation, transmittance, U-values, and related quantities.
Juan will present a thermal comparative assessment workflow on a 3D-printed clay brick with novel geometries.

This webinar is aimed both at Rhino novices and experts, with or without previous exposure to finite element simulation.


  • Mathias Fuchs is a mathematician with ample experience in applied geometry, statistics, and simulation. He's been Senior Researcher at the CODE group, Zaha Hadid Architects, London, and is now an independent programmer specializing in numerical algorithms for geometry and Rhino.
  • Juan Diego Vargas is an architect holding a Master's degree in sustainable architecture from Politecnico di Torino (PoliTo). He is on an investigation scholarship at the TEBE Research Group under the Department of Energy at PoliTo. His research is focused on the development, optimization, and laboratory testing of 3D-printed elements to buffer moisture and dissipate heat.

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