Design Optimization Framework For Printability And Structural Integrity Of 3D Printed Concrete Structures

The process of designing concrete structures using 3D printing technology requires predicting whether a structure will collapse during printing and avoiding failure, either by adapting the toolpath or changing the overall shape of the structure. The goal of this project is to develop a system to aid professionals in the design of structures for 3D concrete printing (3DCP), which is comprised of three components: (i) a generator of solutions and respective toolpath; (ii) a simulator of the structural behavior during printing; and (iii) an optimizer of the overall shape.

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Work Title Design Optimization Framework For Printability And Structural Integrity Of 3D Printed Concrete Structures
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Creators
  1. Goncalo Duarte
  2. Jose M Pinto Duarte
  3. Ali Memari
  4. Nathan Brown
  5. Juan Pablo Gevaudan Burgos
  6. Shadi Nazarian
Keyword
  1. Concrete
  2. 3D printing
  3. Shape grammars
  4. Design systems
License CC BY-NC 4.0 (Attribution-NonCommercial)
Work Type Poster
Publication Date November 28, 2022
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  1. Fall 2022 Stuckeman School Research Open House
Deposited March 28, 2023

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