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MEP Modeling Made Easy with Dynamo
Instructional Demo    CI124118
Cesare Caoduro
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Description

In this class, we'll understand how to use Dynamo software to perform daily activities from a Mechanical and Electrical contractor point of view-starting from simple parameters mirroring and going to more-advanced techniques, including the use of Python scripting. The requirement of a LOD400 model for 34 kilometers of tunnel can be quite complex if you don't choose the right way. Starting from a simple Microsoft Excel file with the tunnel alignment, you'll be able to create a fully detailed design, including all the information useful for the facilities management system. Dynamo is the key when you've got to place thousands of elements based on rules and algorithms. This is a real-world applications in one of the most iconic rail projects in the Middle East

Key Learnings

  • Understand how to approach an alignment-based model
  • Learn how to create families optimized for a rule-driven algorithm
  • Learn about the basics of Python and Code Blocks to improve Dynamo “out of the box” capabilities
  • Learn how to extract dashboards in order to QA/QC the model and verify construction tolerances

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Cesare is an experienced BIM enthusiast and user of Autodesk Revit MEP. He has more than ten years of continuous experience using this package and has a particular interest in researching, developing and implementing BIM strategies, methodologies and workflows. Pursuing the continuous development and research of new strategies/workflows to improve efficiency and productivity using generative design and visual programming. Cesare believes the most important pieces of the “BIM puzzle” to be the 3C’c – Collaboration, Communication and Coordination.Cesare’s passion for BIM is translated into the outstanding quality of achievements delivered. He is a strong believer in teamwork that is always committed and dedicated to deliver the best in each project. He is also well known for his creative visions and ideas – an innovative and a practical thinker – “simplicity is the most sophisticated method”. His work and experience has developed through exposure across different projects and countries including Qatar where he currently resides, this provides him with a high cultural intelligence and capability of adaption to any cultural environments/challenges.
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