This class will introduce a novel approach to design and check of structural steel joints and connections of any topology. It is based on a new method called Component-Based Finite Element Model (CBFEM) and has been implemented into IDEA StatiCa Connection software. Structural engineers and fabricators can use models created in Advance Steel software, Revit software, and Robot Structural Analysis software to quickly export all data necessary and perform pass/fail checks of any joint according to American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC)/Eurocode. This new extended workflow for Autodesk, Inc., users will be examined and its relevance shown on real-life projects from all around the world. Join this class to learn how to deal with any steel joint your projects can bring—in minutes. We will explain the whole calculation process, and we will show tools to optimize the joint (bolt patterns, and so on). This session features Advance Steel and Revit Structure.
- Learn how to design and check in minutes any steel joint according to AISC/EC
- Understand limitations of current methods, and examine the new CBFEM method for analysis and design of steel joints
- Learn how to work with a model from Advance Steel, Revit, and Robot Structural Analysis to increase productivity of steel joint design
- See this new approach in real-life projects all around the world