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I have attached a file. It is a small building modelled with a core for an elevator. For foundations it is used piles that cannot be exposed to tension. The idea is to analyse the forces in the concrete beams under windy conditions. Do you have any idea why this model get convergence issues? I tried to do as you said in the previous post.
Construction is a relevant application for biohybrid robotics, as biological organisms excel at producing material with limited resources, and robots excel at flexible and programmable control. Though automation in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) sectors is rapidly growing in popularity and sophistication , investigation of biohybrid robotics in this context is currently rare and is an emerging research trend. We are aware of two projects pursuing foundational research for biohybrid living buildings, one being our own flora robotica, for shaping biohybrid structures [7,8], the other being Living Architecture (LIAR), for programmable energy and resource infrastructure in building components . In this review, we do not address all potential aspects of biohybrid living buildings, but focus specifically on the process of construction, including operations like material deposition and shaping. For buildings where living organisms are involved in construction, we identify the essential challenge to be steering biological growth or deposition into shapes or patterns that perform building functions. These can include not only the structural system (perhaps of multi-storey height) but also building envelope functions such as shading, thermal insulation, moisture barrier, air barrier and delivery of building utilities. Though bio-mechanical hybrid structures can conceivably be constructed by manual manipulation alone, the growth times are likely to be long and the construction tasks laborious, suggesting the usefulness of automation. Furthermore, the inclusion of self-organizing robotic partners enables continual management of the full biological deposition or growth process, which inherently involves some degree of unpredictability. In order to guide and shape biological elements during construction, robots might indirectly influence the organisms through the construction and manipulation of mechanical scaffolds, or directly influence them by providing stimuli specific to the species. 2b1af7f3a8