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Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
LINKING
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis
and Design
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Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Overview
This lesson provides an overview of the
analytical model in Autodesk® Revit® Structure
software. It highlights the differences between
the physical and analytical model, and then
introduces powerful structural extensions that
can be added to Revit Structure.
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Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Objectives
• Define the Revit Structure analytical model.
• Know the differences between physical and analytical
models.
• Understand the basic concept of structural loads, load
cases, and load combinations.
• Understand how the basic tools work in Revit Structure
related to using BIM for structural analysis.
• Understand the relationship between analysis software,
such as Autodesk® Robot™ software, and BIM
applications such as Revit Structure.
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Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Exercises
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Exercise 4.1: Composite Beam Design
Exercise 4.2: Load Takedown
Exercise 4.3: Static Analysis of Slabs
Exercise 4.4: Static Analysis of Beams
Exercise 4.5: Revit to Robot Link
Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Theory of Physical and Analytical Objects
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Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Theory of Physical and Analytical Objects
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Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Exercise 4.1: Composite Beam Design
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Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Exercise 4.1: Composite Beam Design
In this example, we will look at designing an interior
composite beam to span 30' with a beam spacing of 8' using
the minimum number of 3/4" diameter x 3" stud shear
connectors. The slab is 5" thick with f'c = 3 ksi (n=9) concrete.
The beam is to be constructed without shores. The beam
must support a ceiling of 7 psf, partitions and other dead load
of 25 psf, and a live load of 150 psf. The steel beam will use
A992 steel with 50 ksi yield strength. This example will use
AISC Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD).
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Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Exercise 4.1: Composite Beam Design
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© 2012 Autodesk
Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Exercise 4.1: Composite Beam Design
© 2012 Autodesk
Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Exercise 4.2: Load Takedown
This exercise uses the model
SE_Unit4_Exercise2_Start.rvt.
Watch the video for this exercise, and then answer
the following:
a) When is the Load Takedown tool useful?
b) Are there times when the Load Takedown tool
should not be used?
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Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Exercise 4.3: Static Analysis of Slabs
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Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Exercise 4.4: Static Analysis of Beams
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Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013
Unit 4: Linking
Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design
Exercise 4.5: Revit to Robot Link
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