Creating the analytical representation of the structural model in the Revit environment can be seen as the easy part. The ability to constantly check your assumptions while dealing with the analytical representation, ensuring connectivity during creation and editing, to be notified when something has changed—especially when you’re not the structural engineer—is the one that modifies the project. These can be tedious and time consuming. In this class, you'll learn how to have an analytical model that constantly reflects the structural model, and how to automate the process and integrate the structural analysis in the Building Information Modeling (BIM) models.
- Learn how to constantly check your structural analytical representation assumptions while dealing with changes in Revit.
- Learn how to check and assure the connectivity of the structural analytical representation in Revit.
- Learn how to identify and filter the structural model changes so you can automate the impact for analytical representation.
- Learn how to automate the relationship between physical and analytical models using Dynamo.