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|Titolo:||A methodological approach to BIM design|
|Autori interni:||BARBATO, DAVIDE|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Abstract:||More and more often the design engineers are in the necessity to realize planning graphic arts loads of information in a very short time: on the one hand the clients' request, on the other hand the decision-makers forced, therefore, to considerable conceptual and executive efforts. The increase of the representative quality and the time and price reduction are just a few of the 'enemies' against which the stakeholders in the construction industry are compelled to fight. The three-dimensional models, conceptual and photo-realistic render, videos, etc., represent a part of the infographics representations available and required by the market. Pursuant to the sectorialization of the specific professional skills, the Building Information Modeling, if properly implemented, deploys itself as 'ally' to face the interdisciplinary inefficiencies in building projects and to reduce the planning time without affecting its quality. It must pay attention to the evolution of the information and data's exchange and management techniques that constitute a complex project. With this contribution we are going to analyze the level of interoperability between three BIM software ArchiCAD 16 by Graphisoft, Revit Architecture 2013 and Robot Structural Analysis both by Autodesk confirming the compatibility of data exchange and, if necessary, how to proceed in the case of loss of information in the transition from one software to another. In particular the Graphisoft program will be used for the architectural modeling, Revit Architecture as control software of the BIM management project and finally Robot Structural Analysis for the structural analysis of the frames in the realized building.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1.2 Proceedings con ISBN|
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