Could you please help me with the following issue: I need to "simulate" the crowd in a concert venue by the set of cylinders with height of 1.7 m (for example) and radius of 0.25 m with different concentration (number of cylinders per m^2).
But as in real case concentration of people decreases to the edges of the venue and to its back part. For example near the stage we have 2 pers/m^2 and it decreases to 0 (no people). At the attached picture there is an example what I need to do in Solidworks, but there is a constant concentration.
How I can do it in Solidworks but with the different concentration (number of cylinders per m^2)?... and the cylinders should be randomly placed within the given concentration, I mean not like array...
...Lets consider a venue 10*17 m (like on the picture). Since the venue length can change, to do it manually is useless
Thank you! If it's not clear, don't hesitate to ask me, because I really hope for your help!
I don't know of anything within SolidWorks that can generate this type of distribution, other than possibly writing some type of macro.
You may be able to figure out how to make Excel do the heavy lifting for you and generate XYZ coordinates for the locations of the cylinders. Then you can use a table-driven component pattern to place them in the model.