ENERCALC for Revit at Autodesk University
ENERCALC for Revit® session at Autodesk University 2023
Structural Engineering BIM: Project Success Via Best Practices and Innovation
The steady ascent of powerful building information modeling (BIM) environments has made 3D modeling the unrivaled industry standard for building design professionals. But how do you critically evaluate whether your structural engineering team is keeping pace with industry standards?
In today’s rapidly evolving landscape, BIM usage for structural engineering production intersects with analysis and design, interdisciplinary coordination, documentation, construction administration, and beyond. Awareness of both current mainstream practices and emergent technologies is critically important for structural teams to remain competitive and vibrant.
This class will take you inside the daily BIM workflows of an industry-leading structural engineering firm. In this session, we’ll cover practical use of Revit software for structural projects, we’ll explore use of innovative structural design tools that integrate with the Autodesk BIM ecosystem, and we’ll examine actual case studies of successful projects using these approaches.
Check out this session from Autodesk University 2023, Structural Engineering BIM: Project Success Via Best Practices and Innovation, featuring Matt Sweeney (Digital Design Manager, PES Structural Engineers) and Seth Roswurm, PE, SE (Senior Software Developer, ENERCALC, LLC).
ENERCALC for Revit® session at Autodesk University 2022
BIM-centric workflows for structural analysis
As more and more structural engineers connect to and embrace BIM workflows, the demand for analytical collaboration in BIM is increasing. Engineers are looking to increase their analytical modeling productivity while ensuring that their physical and analytical models are well coordinated throughout the design process.
In this class, you will learn about a completely new approach to structural analytical modeling introduced in Revit 2023. This approach offers structural engineers more flexibility and control over their analytical modeling, particularly for complex structures, and therefore enables fully bidirectional workflows between Revit and analysis software.
Moreover, you will learn how the new library-based steel connection design automation introduced in Revit 2023 enables you to design steel structures more quickly and accurately using predefined and easily customized rules leveraging results of structural analysis.
Check out our session from Autodesk University 2022, BIM-centric workflows for structural analysis
ENERCALC for Revit® session at Autodesk University 2021
BIM-Driven Engineering, Structural Design Without Redundant Workload
Structural engineers are quite familiar with the disconnect between design and documentation tools. Construction documents have our engineering analysis in their DNA.
Despite this connection, we create these documents using tools that don’t share information. The impact of this disconnect ranges from mild inconvenience to profit-crushing time sinks.
What if our tools could “talk” to one another? Imagine structural modeling, interdisciplinary coordination, engineering analysis, design, and final documentation creation on a unified platform. Given today’s powerful BIM (Building Information Modeling) environments, this workflow isn’t a dream.
Check out our session from Autodesk University 2021, BIM-Driven Engineering, Structural Design Without Redundant Workload
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