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© 2011 Autodesk Workflows for Analysis and Design Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Add-ons Thomas Fink CEO SOFiSTiK AG
© 2011 Autodesk Introducing myself Thomas Fink Studied Structural Engineering at Technical University Munich (TUM) 3 years research assistant at TUM 1983 – 1999: Self employed as chartered structural engineer 1983 – today: Software developments in structural engineering 1999 – today: CEO of SOFiSTiK AG Building Smart: Member of the board, German Section Bavarian Chamber of Engineers: Chair of working group “Innovations” … and … Loves to fly balloons and to sail (time permitting )
© 2011 Autodesk Class Summary This class will present an overview of SOFiPLUS, an interface for structural analysis based on AutoCAD® and explain how it complements Autodesk® Revit® Structure. You will learn how to maximize benefits from Revit Structure 2012 by leveraging its new analytical model. We will also discuss the importance of working with partial models (slabs/shear walls, etc.) and code checking for single parts of the building (columns, slabs, etc.).
© 2011 Autodesk Learning Objectives At the end of this class, you will be able to: Use the analytical model of Autodesk® Revit® Structure for structural analysis with SOFiSTiK FEA Work with partial models such as slabs for more accurate analysis Understand the workflow of code checking software using a Revit model and results from FEA Create reinforcement drawings using results from the SOFiSTiK design and geometry from the BIM model.
© 2011 Autodesk General remarks Building Information Modeling SOFiSTiK AG Supplier of high end software for structural engineers Market leader in many parts of Europe Based on Autodesk® products for 25 years Engineering practice varies in the world Lecture is based on European workflow
© 2011 Autodesk Step 1: Description of the Project
© 2011 Autodesk Sample project
© 2011 Autodesk Preparations Beyond the scope of this lecture: Modeling the Structure Applying support conditions Defining Loads Adjusting the analytical model Check Material Mapping Check Cross Sections Apply group properties to members
© 2011 Autodesk Step 2: Export to SOFiSTiK Analysis Software
© 2011 Autodesk Export to SOFiSTiK Structural Desktop
© 2011 Autodesk Check loading and groups
© 2011 Autodesk Step 3: Completion in SOFiPLUS
© 2011 Autodesk Properties not currently available in Revit Must be defined in the analysis software Must be repeated after each export from Revit -> Modify in Revit as much as possible More properties available in Revit in the future?
© 2011 Autodesk Change load properties in SOFiPLUS
© 2011 Autodesk Step 4: Calculation of the entire system
© 2011 Autodesk Eigenvalues
© 2011 Autodesk Step 5: Export and Analysis of the Slab as Subsystem
© 2011 Autodesk Refined analysis with partial systems Not possible/desired to perform all design tasks on the entire model Slabs as 2-D-systems Membrane forces not desired Design against shear forces needs finer mesh Area loads have to be applied in several load cases Columns Design against lateral and torsional buckling
© 2011 Autodesk Area load division
© 2011 Autodesk Automatic generation of support conditions
© 2011 Autodesk Supporting rectangular beam T-Beam-Section needed for Design Increased stiffness not desired Complex algorithm necessary to obtain realistic stiffness AND correct design results Can be controlled by parameter “SOFiSTiK Effective Width”
© 2011 Autodesk Step 6: Code Checking - Design of footings
© 2011 Autodesk Code checking Support forces from SOFiSTiK database Geometric information from Revit Design of footing Import new object and rebars
© 2011 Autodesk Step 7: Detailing the slab
© 2011 Autodesk Flow of data
© 2011 Autodesk Geometry from Revit Prepare a sheet with views in Revit Export to SOFiCAD Master drawing for defining rebar objects External references with the geometry Modifications New external references Adjusting rebars manually
© 2011 Autodesk Design results from analysis Indication of required reinforcement Automatic reinforcement layouts Loose bars Meshes BAMTEC ® Manual layout Basic reinforcement Reinforcement still required
© 2011 Autodesk Conclusion
© 2011 Autodesk Conclusion The BIM philosophy is not a simple concept BIM is supported very well by existing software There is still some room for improvement Thanks for listening Q & A
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