REPRESENTATION OF LATTICE STRUCTURES USED IN CONSTRUCTIONS BY PARAMETRIZATION
Keywords:continuous curved surfaces, lattice structures, parametrization, Rhino 7 software
In the first part of the paper the authors reviewed some methods of representing the covering surfaces used in field of construction and architecture and their evolution according to the technical possibilities available to specialists in various periods of time. With the development of interactive 3D programs, the tools of representation and implicitly of design have experienced a huge leap. These were made using parameterization, ie the development of programs based on algorithms that, by the variation of parameters, automatically allow the modification of results. In this paper, the authors proposed several solutions for polygonal lattice
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