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  1. Design Revit - Calculation Dlubal RFEM - Construction Tekla Structures

    Interfaces and Relevant Features for BIM-Oriented Planning

    This article discusses the most common BIM interfaces. During the transition to the structural branch-specific model, adjustments are often necessary. The occurring tasks and tools for their successful and fast solution are presented.

  2. Figure 01 - Typical Data Exchange Scenario for BIM in Structural Engineering

    Building Information Modeling and Structural Analysis Software: Scenarios and Success Factors for Data Exchange

    Building Information Modeling describes, if not the most important, current topic in the entire construction software industry. However, the process is not that new and it is a well-known fact that good planning in the early stages of a project has a significantly positive impact on the overall costs of the entire project.

  3. CAD/BIM Model

    CAD/BIM Model

    RFEM and RSTAB provide the option to ‘Enable CAD/BIM model’ in the Model - General Data dialog box, tab ‘Options’. In addition to creating a model as usual, this CAD/BIM model allows you to import, organize and transform IFC, STEP, and IGES files.

  4. BIM in Structural Engineering:

    The increasing use of the BIM method in the planning of buildings also opens up new possibilities for structural engineers. Once a comprehensive 3D model of a building has been created, you would also like to use it for the structural analysis and obtain the greatest possible benefit from it. However, some new challenges also arise for the structural engineer and the software used, which will be dealt with in this article.

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