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- The definition of cross sections and materials via the “Assemble”-component has now priority over definition at components which generate elements.
- Karamba3D can be used as a scripting library independently from Grasshopper. It now comes with its own geometry classes.
- The cross section library has been extended considerably and comprises standard steel sections from the EU, UK, US, Russia, Japan, India, Canada, Germany, Australia, China, South Africa, Brazil and Korea.
- It is possible to define initial-curvature and non-uniform temperature loads on beams and shells.
- There is a Karamba3D version for Rhino7.
- A model’s nodal positions can be changed via the “ModifyModel”-component. This is necessary since the “DisassembleModel”-component outputs elements with nodal coordinates attached.
- “Joints” have now their own class and container.
- All known bugs of Karamba3D 1.3.1. were fixed.
- The contribution of locally defined loads to the system stiffness is not considered in second order analysis or the calculation of buckling load factors.