The previous version of Trajec3D expires on 1 July 2017, and Version 220.127.116.11 will expire on 1 January 2018. The new version also has new features requested by users, such as a histogram counter and a fall body run-out distance calculation tool. Many thanks to PdG, JD and FB.
"Ribbon => Analysis and Results => Runout distance" is a tool that calculates the perpendicular fall body run-out distances from a line drawn by two pick points. The distances are also saved to a...
I think the issues when running Trajec3D under certain regional settings are eventually fully resolved, and was a bit more challenging that expected. Please let me know if you still have issues, but all should be good.
Trajec3D can now be downloaded in two different formats:
Installation file that automatically installs all potential support files that could be required.
ZIP-file of the folder containing all the require files (except the support files). Unzip the file and copy the directo...
Users from Norway (and occasionally Finland) had issues running Trajec3D with their native language settings. This is probably due to a custom of using a decimal comma instead of a decimal point in numbers (10,00 vs 10.00). I changed Trajec3D to be language and region insensitive, which should sort out the issue.
The language setting error seems to only affect Trajec3D, and not GEM4D or PhotoCoreLog. I think the physics library used in Trajec3D was compiled for a specific language...
Apologies for making the Trajec3D download available a day late, I was away on annual leave and had trouble generating the installation file on the travel computer. This version updates Trajec3D to the ribbon based interface, and required many coding changes - please let me know ASAP if I broke any existing functionality.
Added an option to delete all the active fall bodies.
A ribbon interface replaces the toolbar previously used for the main menu.
A Trajec3D Manual is now available for download from the Trajec3D webpage, directly underneath the software installation download. It is a working document, and will be updated in future.
The target group for this guideline is site based geotechnical engineers, with the purpose to provide an introductory manual to rockfall modelling with Trajec3D. Only basic concepts are covered and further reading is recommended for engineers who want to pursue the subject in detail. This guideline aims to...
I had been a while since the last major update of Trajec3D. Due to a considerable number of requests for additions, and requirements for my site projects, Version 18.104.22.168 contains many improvements. Some functions had to be rewritten, and small structural changes were required, so please let me know ASAP if I broke any of the existing functionality. Trajec3D is now also compiled in dotNET Version 4.0, so make sure that version is loaded on the target computer.