Generation of weaves, foams, sponges, sphere packings and sintered materials
One of the key features of GeoDict is to create material models for (nearly) all porous structures.
In this talk I show how to generate woven structures with the module WeaveGeo, which is able to create
one-layered and multi-layered weaves with varying weaving patterns. Furthermore, I use the new module
FoamGeo to create models for foams and sponges.
A very dense sphere packing is created with the PackGeo module. To create a packing of objects with
different shapes, like ellipsoids or boxes, the module SinterGeo is used. SinterGeo is also used to
reproduce structures, which are created during a sintering process.