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Description | Screenshot | 3d model | Grasshopper Document |
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Most basic functionality: Check that it gives the correct result on a box with a hot and an opposite cold side. In that case, the thermal loss is (conductivity in W/mK) * (temperature gradient in K/m) * (cross section area in m^2) and TRfem gives the same value if the tet mesh is not wrong. | (pure Grasshopper example) | trfemex01.ghx | |

Most basic functionality: Check that the temperature gradient is ten times as high in a material (plastic) with one tenth the conductivity of the other (steel), as it should be. Gives the same result as the 1D method (Glaser's method). | trfemex02.3dm | trfemex02.ghx | |

The I-beam example with plastic insulation, from the paper, made with the example tet mesh component. That tet mesh is not a good finite element mesh, so the result is not very accurate. | (pure Grasshopper example) | trfemex03.ghx | |

The I-beam example with plastic insulation, from the paper, made with a good finite element mesh from TRmesh. | trfemex04.3dm | trfemex04.ghx | |

The Voronoi brick from the food4rhino seminar. | trfemex05.3dm CAUTION: about 300 MB | trfemex05.ghx | |

Water vapor condensation at a box-shaped timber element. | (pure Grasshopper example) | trfemex06.ghx | |

A cold/hot corner, tetmeshed and solved entirely in Grasshopper with the Grasshopper interface with TRmesh and TRfem | (pure Grasshopper example) | trfemex07.ghx |

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