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Integrating Structural Design and Analysis: The Basics of a Revit-Robot Structural Analysis Workflow
Hands-on lab    ES17637-L
Aaron Vorwerk
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Description

In this hands-on lab, we will explore the simple, powerful, round-trip workflow between Revit 2017 software and Robot Structural Analysis Professional 2017 software. We'll start with a simple structural model of a building in Revit software, and we’ll develop an understanding of the analytical model that Revit software builds concurrently with the creation of structural geometry. We will then explore the Structural Analysis for Revit feature, which enables static and gravity analyses to be performed on the cloud directly from Revit software. Next, we’ll push that model into Robot Structural Analysis Professional software to perform a basic analysis and code group-based design. Finally, we’ll push the updated geometry from Robot Structural Analysis Professional software back to Revit software and observe that the model has been updated. This session features Robot Structural Analysis Professional and Revit Structure. AIA Approved

Key Learnings

  • Discover the relationship between the physical and analytical models in Revit
  • Learn how to use the Structural Analysis for Revit feature for quick structural checks
  • Learn how to send models from Revit to Robot Structural Analysis and back for full-featured analysis
  • Learn how to perform code group-based design for steel members in Robot Structural Analysis

Speakers

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Aaron is a registered architect, civil/structural EIT, LEED AP BD+C, and AEC industry technologist. He advises customers across North America on AEC project lifecycle strategy and workflows. He frequently speaks and writes on AEC-related topics. He has earned graduate degrees in architecture and engineering (M.Arch, MSCE, BSCE); has acquired 15+ years' worth of widespread experience in architecture, engineering, and construction; and has led Revit® transition efforts in two design firms.
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