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With Generative Design in Autodesk® Revit® you can build safe distancing standards into your design studies.
The basics: What is generative design? The Generative Design Primer, developed by the Autodesk product team, introduces AEC practitioners to the concept, sets out a series of workflows, and dives into next steps.
Learn how to use Generative Design in Autodesk Revit to perform workspace layout. Through a total of five exercises, you will generate alternatives for the placement of desks in office environments to meet physical distancing requirements.
View sample studies that demonstrate how Generative Design in Revit can generate room layouts that adhere to social-distancing guidelines through Rectangular Grid Object Placement and Stepped Grid Object Placement.
Mobility Simulation for Autodesk® InfraWorks® models pedestrian movement in shared spaces under physical distancing constraints.
The basics: Learn what mobility simulation is, how to define mobility parameters, and how to use Autodesk InfraWorks to simulate pedestrian movement within social distancing constraints.
Take a five-module course on the fundamentals of mobility simulation. This course will teach you how to create projects from scratch and perform pedestrian, traffic, and multi-modal simulations.
Understand product-agnostic best practices for calculating pedestrian movement, queue lines and flow rates, and ingress/egress in the COVID-19 environment, and see these guidelines applied in case studies.
With Autodesk CFD, computational fluid dynamics simulation, existing 3D models can be leveraged to address airflow safety concerns.