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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 © 2012 Autodesk 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. © 2012 Autodesk 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. © 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013 Unit 4: Linking Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design Exercises • • • • • © 2012 Autodesk 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 © 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013 Unit 4: Linking Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design Theory of Physical and Analytical Objects © 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 4.1: 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). © 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 4.1: 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? © 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013 Unit 4: Linking Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design Exercise 4.3: Static Analysis of Slabs © 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013 Unit 4: Linking Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design Exercise 4.4: Static Analysis of Beams © 2012 Autodesk Autodesk Structural Curriculum 2013 Unit 4: Linking Extending BIM for Structural Analysis and Design Exercise 4.5: Revit to Robot Link © 2012 Autodesk Autodesk, AutoCAD, Revit, and Robot are registered trademarks or trademarks of Autodesk, Inc., and/or its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in the USA and/or other countries. All other brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective holders. Autodesk reserves the right to alter product and services offerings, and specifications and pricing at any time without notice, and is not responsible for typographical or graphical errors that may appear in this document. © 2012 Autodesk, Inc. All rights reserved.