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© 2010 Autodesk Autodesk BIM Curriculum 2011 Curriculum Overview © 2010 Glenn Katz Stanford University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

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1 © 2010 Autodesk Autodesk BIM Curriculum 2011 Curriculum Overview © 2010 Glenn Katz Stanford University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering BIM Education at Stanford University Building Information Modeling introductory class –FocusApplying BIM to explore A/E/C principles –Learning styleSituated, hands-on, project-based design –StudentsAbout 100, frosh to grad students Integrated, multidisciplinary design teams Architecture | Engineering | Construction | Atmosphere & Energy BIM integration throughout the CEE curriculum Support for student adoption

2 © 2010 Autodesk Autodesk BIM Curriculum 2011 Curriculum Overview © 2010 Glenn Katz Stanford University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering o Modeling built forms o Design development process o Green / sustainable design process o Multidisciplinary collaboration o Using BIM models in an IPD framework o Use sequence of lessons to explore a theme o Use individual lessons to support specific classes Prepare next generation of A/E/C students for professional practice Objectives Increase interest / motivation Enhance usability Improve accessibility o Team of student designers o Rich / realistic models o Multimedia o Multiple learning styles o Conceptual overviews o Video tutorials o Student design exercises o Assessment questions o Multi-level o Higher education o High school and middle school

3 © 2010 Autodesk Autodesk BIM Curriculum 2011 Curriculum Overview © 2010 Glenn Katz Stanford University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering In-place components Adapting component families Creating parametric families Exterior and interior walls Doors and windows Floors and roofs Stairs and ramps Floor openings and railings Elevators Materials, Lights, & Rendering Creating plan, elevation, section, and 3D views Adjusting element appearance Wall types and features Adding doors and windows Creating roof shapes Views & Visualization Curtain wall and grids Curtain panel types and doors Fixtures, Fittings, & Furniture Interiors & Circulation Elements Curtain Systems Building Envelope Unit 1: Building Modeling Basics Modeling Building Elements Assigning & creating materials Exterior & interior renderings

4 © 2010 Autodesk Autodesk BIM Curriculum 2011 Curriculum Overview © 2010 Glenn Katz Stanford University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Phased new construction Using phases for renovation projects Design Options Areas and area plans Rooms and room schedules Project Phases & Phased Design Construction Documents & Details Building and wall sections Details and callouts Schedules & Quantities Creating and presenting schedules Adding parameters, formulas, and computed values Unit 2: BIM Design Process Area & Space Planning Building envelope options Interior design options

5 © 2010 Autodesk Autodesk BIM Curriculum 2011 Curriculum Overview © 2010 Glenn Katz Stanford University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Fixture efficiency Net-zero measures LEED points Fixture efficiency Photovoltaic potential LEED points Optimum building orientation Massing and shape Shading features Thermal properties Thermal comfort Water Use & Collection Material Properties & Energy Power Use & Generation Daylighting Unit 3: Green Building Design Passive Design Analyzing daylighting levels Designing and testing improvements

6 © 2010 Autodesk Autodesk BIM Curriculum 2011 Curriculum Overview © 2010 Glenn Katz Stanford University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Linking models and copy monitoring Columns, beams, and beam systems Structural wall, floors, and foundations Plumbing Systems Levels, grids, and reference planes Views supporting each design discipline Copying shared elements Exposed HVAC systems Closed plenum HVAC systems Electrical Systems Structural Elements HVAC Systems Coordination & Interferences Placing fixtures and copying shared elements Sanitary systems Fire protection systems Unit 4: Multidisciplinary Collaboration Prepare to Share Reviewing changes Interference checking Copying shared elements Panels, lighting circuits, and switches Receptacle circuits

7 © 2010 Autodesk Autodesk BIM Curriculum 2011 Curriculum Overview © 2010 Glenn Katz Stanford University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Creating an integrated model Exploring the composite model Review and markup Conflict detection Digital RFIs Presenting the Project Model Scheduling & 4D Simulation Identifying & Resolving Issues Timelines and construction simulations Time-based clashes Enhancing model images with filtering and rendering Creating animations Unit 5: Using BIM in Integrated Project Delivery Model Integration & Management

8 © 2010 Autodesk Autodesk BIM Curriculum 2011 Curriculum Overview © 2010 Glenn Katz Stanford University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Available at Autodesk Education Community Today Instructor Guides –Conceptual overviews –Suggested exercises –Assessment questions –Key terms Student Workbooks Slide Sets Video Tutorials –75 clips (over 8 hours) Datasets –Imperial (Metric coming on DVD)


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