Wörgl Zentrum Lenk in Wörgl, Austria

Structures Analysed with Dlubal Software

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Customer Project

In autumn 2012, construction has started in Wörgl, Austria for an apartment complex that is, by request of the building owner, completely planned and designed as a BIM model including structural analysis, work planning, call for tenders, etc. For this purpose, software tools from the company bimm GmbH were used, by which architects, structural engineers, and building engineers can work together efficiently on a 3D model. RFEM and the Autodesk programs Revit Architecture and Revit Structure, to which Dlubal has a direct interface, served as the basic software for this project.

Structural Engineering Structural Analysis, Final and Detail Planning
AGA-Bau-Planungs GmbH
Kufstein, Austria
www.agabau.at

BIM Consulting
b.i.m.m GmbH
Austria, Netherlands, Germany
www.bimm.eu
Architecture Architectural design
riccione Architekten
Innsbruck, Austria
www.riccione.at
Investor TIROLER FRIEDENSWERK
Rum (near Innsbruck), Austria
www.friedentirol.at

Model

Modeling and Analysis

The entire model has been entered in Revit. Input includes more than 1,000,000 structural components (including guard railing, etc.). All structural specifications and load cases have also been entered in Revit Structure.

Then, the structural model has been transferred to RFEM by means of the direct interface. The interface is bidirectional, which means that data transfer is performed in both directions. If some structural components are changed in RFEM, they can be exported easily to Revit and vice versa.

RFEM has been used to carry out structural calculations and analysis of the concrete structures. The RFEM add‑on modules RF‑CONCRETE and RF‑PUNCH have completed the calculation.

Structure

The entire project covers an enclosed space of approximately 1,412,587 ft³. It is divided into two calculation sections: House A and House B.

Further characteristics of the structural models are:

House A:
Materials: 11 | Surfaces: 362 | Cross-sections: 7 | Members: 75 | Weight: approx. 10 million t

House B:
Materials: 21 | Surfaces: 419 | Cross-sections: 14 | Members: 72 | Weight: approx. 11 million t | Length: 56.5 m | Width: 54.5 m | Height: 22.5 m

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