Updating the Revit Model
The direct interface with Revit allows you to update the Revit model according to the changes you have made in RFEM or RSTAB. Depending on the modification, the Revit objects may have to be regenerated (deleting the object and subsequent regeneration). The regeneration is performed on the basis of the RFEM/RSTAB model.
If you want to avoid this regeneration, activate the option "Update only materials, thicknesses, and sections." In this case, only the properties of the objects will be adjusted. Changes different from those in material, surface thickness, and section are, however, not considered in this case.
BIM Scenario: Transferring Model from BIM Software to Structural Engineering Software, Update of Cross-Sections and Transfer of Calculation Results (Internal Forces) to BIM Model
IFC Coordination View Models in RFEM, Visualization and Selective Conversion into Native, Intelligent RFEM Object
- Can I use RFEM to calculate a log house three-dimensionally?
- Which programs can I use to calculate and design power plants?
- I am trying to import a model from cadwork. Unfortunately, I cannot correctly transfer the cross-sections from cadwork to RFEM. Do you have any tips?
- Does RFEM integrate with Autodesk Inventor?
- How can I import an IFC model into the RWIND Simulation environment?
- Can I define nonlinear support conditions via the COM interface?
- When trying to import a model from AutoCAD into RFEM, I am getting the error message "3DSOLID or REGION entity detected. Those entities are written in binary format, so import is not possible."What does this mean?
- How can I create a comment via the COM interface?
- Are the Revit and Tekla models that you've shown in "Webinar 3: BIM Integration and RFEM" available for free use and can you send them to me?
- When I import an .stp file into RFEM, a lot of unused nodes appear. How can I avoid that?
Structural engineering software for finite element analysis (FEA) of planar and spatial structural systems consisting of plates, walls, shells, members (beams), solids, and contact elements
Structural engineering software for designing frame, beam, and truss structures, as well as performing linear and nonlinear calculations of internal forces, deformations, and support reactions