Hi Suprotik,

I am glad that you are interested in working on Beam Solving System. You
can look into this Singularity Function
classes to start with. I think when I was working on this project I have
missed the implementation that solves cantilever beam problems. You can
start by adding that feature. You can also read my blog
<https://sampadblog.wordpress.com/> to understand the work that I have done
for this project.

I am adding Jason Moore in this thread who was my mentor. He is very
friendly and kind person. He can help you with the further ideas needed for
this project.

Happy Coding!!!


Sampad Kumar Saha
Mathematics and Computing
Department of Mathematics
I.I.T. Kharagpur

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 9:05 PM, Suprotik Dey <supd...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Sampad,
> I am a 3rd year undergraduate from IIEST, Shibpur, and I am willing to
> participate in GSOC 2018 with SymPy as my organization.
> I am thinking about continuing your GSOC 2016 project on Continuum
> Mechanics: Create a Rich 2D Beam Solving System
> https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/GSoC-2018-Ideas#
> continuum-mechanics-create-a-rich-2d-beam-solving-system
> I request your help in understanding the codebase and proceed further.
> --
> *Thanking you,*
> *Yours sincerely,*
> *Suprotik Dey*
> *Ph.: +918334826685*
> *Enrollment ID: 510815050*
> *I.T. Third Year*
> *IIEST, Shibpur*
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