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Brian E. Johnson, P.E. – Autodesk, Inc.
This extended lecture class will focus on structural design for structural steel and reinforced concrete structures. The class will provide an overview of design workflows and structural design criteria using Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis and Autodesk Revit Structure as well as indepth instruction on specific design tasks. You will learn how to optimize structural steel designs, design steel connections, and perform automatic and interactive concrete reinforcement design. You will also explore custom design options with the Robot Spreadsheet Extension. This class will not focus on analysis methodologies, rather it is intended to show the design and optimization functionality in Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis.
About the Speaker:
Brian is a Structural Technical Specialist for Autodesk. He is an expert in structural modeling and design using Revit® Structure. Brian is a licensed structural engineer with over ten years of building design and consulting experience. During that time, he worked as a Project Engineer/Manager and Principal on a variety of structures. He earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. firstname.lastname@example.org
Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis User Interface Autodesk® Robot Structural Analysis Professional’s User Interface is organized to maximize productivity. The Layout Selector changes the workspace layout and Just-inTime Toolbar to display tools appropriate for a specific task (e. Canvas Controls Here are a few helpful tips for navigating through Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional. The Object Inspector/Selector displays all the elements in the model and properties of selected elements. The status bar provides guidance to users based on the current selection or command. Loads). the workspace canvas has several display control tools to quickly adjust visibility settings. Mouse Scroll wheel (Depressed) Mouse Scroll wheel (Scroll) Shift+ Mouse Scroll wheel (Depressed) Ctrl + Tab Shift + Ctrl + Tab Pan Zoom Orbit Cycle through Window stack Cycle through Window stack (reverse direction) 2 .g. The menus are organized by workflow. Finally.
7. 9. Review all other settings. Click OK. Select Databases > Steel and timber sections. 18. 11. 16. 8. 3 . 21. Click Save Job Preferences. 17. Click Apply. 10. Switch to 3D View workspace. Click Cancel. 13. Job Preferences define settings for each project. Grids 22. Click Browse to see the location of the databases. Review each group of settings. Click Design Codes. Click Add database. select American. Notice that Z axis grids (or Levels) are different than Stories. • Explore more of the Tools from the pull-down menu. Click Tools > Job Preferences… Select Imperial Units. 15. Select EURO. Preferences are settings related to the workstation and user interface. 12. 1. Select New project… Building Design Click Tools > Preferences… Verify Regional Settings: United States. Click Accept or Cancel. and Levels NEW BUILDING DESIGN PROJECT In this example we will model grids and Stories using the Building Design project template. Enter X and Y axes definitions and click Add. 23. Select STEEL A992-50. 20. Under Materials. 14. Define and save different settings depending on user preference and project settings for different regions. 5. 19. Stories. 24. Click Axis Definition from Toolbar. Exercise 2—Modeling Grids. Click Cancel. 4. Click Modification to see Material Definitions. 25. Additional Activities: • Explore preferences in more detail. Adjust as desired. 2. 6. 3. Click Close. Click More Codes to see listing of all available codes.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis Model Structure Exercise 1—Preferences NEW BUILDING DESIGN PROJECT There are two types of Preference settings in Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional. Access both from the Tools pull-down menu.
4.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis 26. 29. and Stories Exercise 3—Model Columns and Walls SE336-1L PROJECT_EX03. Columns 1. 32. Click Close. Window-select a column or group of columns. The dialogs allow selection of section or type plus the ability to create or add new sections or types. 7. of repet: 2. 9. If Beginning is not highlighted in green. Stories 28. 15. select Story 1. Click Columns from Toolbar.RTD Next we will model vertical elements. Select from Menu: Edit > Edit > Move/Copy… 12. Columns are bar elements and Walls are panel elements. assign Top Level to 24 ft [7. If Beginning is not highlighted in green. Click Stories from Toolbar. With Define graphically selected. Click grid intersections to place columns. 31. Change Gamma to 45 degrees and click Enter or Tab. Verify Drag is checked. 23. Select New Thickness definition. 16. Select Story 1 from the level control. 30. Z. With Translation Vector highlighted in Green. 22. 3. 6. 13. 21. Verify Label automatically updated to TH10. Verify Edit mode: Copy and Number of repetitions: 2 14. Click Close. Click Close. Both are modeled from upper story to lower story by default. click in the text box. Click Close. 17. No. and Height: 10 ft [3 m]. 8. Select Bars in Properties Browser. 19. Additional activities: • Model Z-axis levels • Adjust the Numbering for X. 27. 2. 4 . 20. Click Add. Select a P 4 from the AISC 13th edition. Click Add. Walls 18. 24. Switch to 2D Plan view. Click Execute. Click Add. Change Th: 10 inches. change the Top Story parameter to 14 ft [4. click grid intersection of column then adjacent grid intersection.5 m]. Select New section definition. In the Object Inspector. Click Apply. 11. Select Define Manually with Reference Level: Story 2. Click grid start then subsequent grid intersections. Click Close. In the Properties Inspector. 5. Y. click in the text box. Select new column. Click Add.5 m]. 10. Select Walls form Toolbar.
2. Click Close. 16. Click location of opening in workspace. Be aware that 5 . 14. Openings 12. Properties are often adjusted while modeling and during the analysis and design process.RTD Element properties affect the behavior of the element and structure during analysis and design.RTD Modeling beams is straight-forward and builds on the columns and walls. Click Close. 10. 3. Click Openings from Toolbar. Change H= and B= to desired dimensions. Beams 1. Click desired points. beams are bar elements and floors are panel elements. Select Opening shape: Rectangle. Additional activities: • Try additional activities listed in Exercise 2 • Explore floor Model types: Shell. Expand Geometry and Parameters tabs. 13. Change between Line and Arc segments as needed. Openings are placed in floors and walls and can be any shape. Click Apply. Additional activities: • Model columns and walls in 3D View • Explore and modify properties using window selection • Try other translational edit commands Exercise 4—Model Beams. Similar to the vertical elements. Circle. Exercise 5—Edit Properties SE336-1L PROJECT_EX05. 5. Toggle Drag for fewer clicks. 9. Floors 6. Switch to 3D View workspace. 26. 17. Switch to 2D Plan view and Story 1. Deck-slab (one-way). and Openings SE336-1L PROJECT_EX04. Click Close. Select desired placement point. With Beginning highlighted in green. Floors. 4. 15.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis 25. • Model Floors and Openings using different Definition methods: Rectangle. Select desired Section type and Section. click the start and end points for the beams. Select Thickness and Model as desired. Click Apply. 7. etc. Click Floors from the Toolbar. Click Beams from the Toolbar. etc. 8. Select Definition method: Contour. 11.
Click Filter Structure Stories from main Toolbar. 7. Click into Lines/Bars and select beam to change. Click Apply. 19. Click OK Story Filters 6. 11. Right-click Story 2. Selections 15. Click Close. Click into Current Selection. Turn Story filters off. Change Node displacements to L/300. 4. Turn on Story filters and toggle between Story 1 and 2 noting the column. Select Column on Story 2. 13. 12. Check Releases – symbols and Releases – codes. 13. Change Buckling length coefficient Y to 2. Right-click Story 2 in Object Inspector > Select all… 10. 15. Click Close. 7. 8. 6.00 ft. 14. Change column back to Story 2. Switch to 3D View. Select Stories > Copy Story… 4. 14. Select Releases from Toolbar. Member Types 10. 9. Releases 1. 18. 12. Click Service. Click Save. Select / Shift+select beams in workspace. Change Member type to Beam-Ky2. Save. 3. Click Okay.RTD There are some additional Story tools which facilitate modeling and review of the structure. Click Filter Structure Stories from main Toolbar to turn off filtering. Click Okay. Click Apply. 5. 6 . In Object Inspector. and No. Exercise 6—Stories SE336-1L PROJECT_EX06.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis many of the design-related properties are dependent upon the Design Codes selected in the Job Preferences. change Story to Story 1. Height: 10. 16. 3. In Properties Browser. 8. 2.0. 9. Click Pinned-Pinned. Open Display Properties. 11. Copy Story 1. Change the interface layout to Structure Model > Properties 2. Click Close. 17. Click Steel/Aluminum Member Type. Select Above. Double-click Beam. of repetitions: 3. Click Bar Selection from main Toolbar. 5. Use drop-down box to toggle between stories.
9. Save. 13. 17. 4. Click Combinations from Toolbar. Change Nature to Roof live. Select Surface >Uniform planar load. and Name to Floor Live Loads. Click Close. Press Add. Label to LL1. Click another section and Arrow+Plus. Click into Apply to then select a Floor. snow. Click Factor definition to verify factors. and Name to Roof Live Loads. Click Apply. and all the environmental loads (wind. 5. Click into Loads Table cell PZ=-0.08 k/ft2. In Load Types dialog. 6. Load Cases 1. Additional Activities: • From Object Inspector. 24. 8. Click Load Definition from Toolbar. Leave defaults and click OK. Click double-arrow to move all load cases to combination list. Click Close.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis 16. 2. Input Z: -0. Repeat Load Definition for LL1 using Z: -0. Click Close.015 k/ft2 and Click Add. Load natures are the primary categories of these loads and depend on the Building Codes selected in Job Preferences. Click F2 and change to -0. Select row of new combination and Click Delete. 20. Label to LR1. 19. Loads and Load Combinations SE336-1L PROJECT_EX07. Load cases are groups of loads of a certain load nature. the transient loading (live loads). explore Add stories… and Copy contents of the story… • Explore more Bar Selection methods Exercise 7—Creating Load Cases.RTD Loads represent the self-weight of the structure. Loads 7. Change Label to DL1 and Name to Floor Dead Loads. 22. Change Attribute to Type.10. 20. 15. 21. Close dialog. Load combinations are prescribed arrangements of Load Cases used for design. Click into Edit tab. 3. 19. 14. Select DL1 from the list. 16. Change Nature to live. 18. Note the change in the workspace. 25. the self-weight of the materials used to construct a building or other structure (mechanical systems and cladding). Change the interface layout to Structure Model > Loads. 10. 22.08. Load Combinations 17. change Label to SW and Name to Self Weight. Click Apply. Select RC Column then click Arrow+Plus. Toggle Load Cases in main toolbar. Click W10X12 the click Arrow+Minus. 7 . earthquake). 23. Click W10X12 then click Arrow+Plus. 11. 12. 18. 21. From menu click Loads > Combination Table.
Click Yes to “perform these operations for all panels. Click Generate. Click in the workspace to deselect all. Select ULS and SLS and Click Next. Select Squares in rectangular contour. 8. Select Manual combinations – generate. Select Floor 22 from Object Inspector. Note the ability to choose desired generated combinations. Click Generation of Calculation Model from Mesh toolbar. Click Yes to “perform these operations for all panels. 32. Click More. Select Automatic Mesh Generation with Division 1: 20. 11. 19. 21. 9. Select ULS and SLS. Click Method parameters tab. 3. 28. 31. 18. Note that automatic combinations are NOT generated until Calculations are performed. 6. 15.RTD RSA provides many options and tools for meshing panels (Floors and Walls) into finite elements. 30. 5. From menu click Loads > Combination Table. Click OK. Open Display options dialog. 10.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis 26.” 4. Select Element Size: 1. Select Full automatic combinations. Local Mesh Generation 12. 2. Deselect Mark with colors > Stories – legend by colors. 27. The level of refinement and customization of meshes differentiates RSA from other structural FEA applications. Automatic Mesh Generation 1. Click Okay. 20. 37. Click Local mesh generation from Mesh toolbar.” 14. Select Simple mesh generation (Coons). Click Meshing Options. 7. Additional Activities: • Add Wind and Snow Load Cases and loading • Add Point and Line Loads Exercise 8—Meshes SE336-1L PROJECT_EX08. Click Option of FE Mesh Generation from the main Toolbar. Click Okay. Click More.0 ft [0. Review 2D Plan views and return to 3D View. 29. 17. 34. Select Nodes > Hide Nodes. Click Code Combinations from Toolbar. 8 . Click Build button next to code selection Drop-down box. Click Meshing Options. 13. Observe Code Combination editor and close. 33. 36. 16. 35.3 m]. Click Back and Back.
5. 23. 6.10 m]. Select Element Size: 2 ft [0. 29. modal. 30. Select Full automatic combinations 3. Complex Mesh Generation 24. Click Method parameters tab. Click Generation of Calculation Model from Mesh toolbar. Review and close report. Click into Coordinates textbox.” 26. Click Yes to “perform these operations for all panels.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis 22.. Review 2D Plan views and return to 3D View. 2. Additional Activities: • Review video and explore additional Mesh settings. 31. Select Analysis > Calculation Report > Simplified Note 7. Click Cancel. Click More > 4. Click OK. 38. Loads > Automatic Combinations. Click in the workspace to deselect all.. 9 . 39. 36. Click a node in the workspace. timehistory. 34. 27. Change H0 = 0. 9. 25. Click Calculations from the main Toolbar. Click Emitter Definition from Mesh toolbar. Click Generation of Calculation Model from Mesh toolbar. Click Meshing Options. Diagrams for Bars 8. 40. Select ULS from the Cases pull-down box on the main Toolbar. Deselect Regular mesh and Select Refinement (Delaunay + Kang). Emitters 35. Analyze and Design Exercise 9—Analysis SE336-1L PROJECT_EX09. Select Complex mesh generation (Delaunay). Review Story 2 in 2D Plan view. 32.6 m]. View and print calculation results using customizable data tables or graphical screencaptures. Click My Moment. and footfall. 28. nonlinear. P-delta. 37.5 ft [0. 33.RTD RSA provides many analysis methods and solvers such as static linear. Click Generate. Click Results > Diagrams for bars… 10. Static Linear Analysis 1. Click in the workspace to deselect all.
Click Apply. 52. 48. 20. Deselect With description setting in Maps dialog and click Apply. Select 256 Colors and click Apply. 38. Maps 34. Select last Wnorm. Deselect My Moment and select Fz Force. 16. 30. 37. Select the NTM tab in the Dialog box. Leave default settings and click OK. differentiated. Close Diagrams dialog box. 45. Right-click Wnorm. Change Number of frames: 20 and Number of f. Click Apply. Select Active and click Apply. 43. Select text. 56. Click Run preparation for template1 Close Prepare Results dialog. 54. Type 22 and Enter in Bars combo-box on main Toolbar. Select the Scale tab in the Maps dialog. Click the Parameters tab in the Diagrams dialog box. 28. 44. Click Screen Capture from the main Toolbar. Click Apply. Click Screen Capture from the main Toolbar. 27. Select the NTM tab in the Dialog box. Animation 47. Click Analysis > Prepare Results… Explore templates. 31. Click Open with new window with scale displayed on Maps dialog. Leave default settings and click OK. 39. Review values for Values. 25. 49.s. Turn on Panel interiors in the workspace display. 26. Click Stop in Animation dialog box. 15. Turn off Sections and Finite Elements in the workspace display. Leave default settings and click OK.p. 21. 53. Close Reactions tables. Click Apply. Turn off Panel interiors in the workspace display. 17. 22. Click Results > Reactions. 23. 33. Select With description setting in Maps dialog and click Apply. Click Screen Capture from the main Toolbar. 50. Click Start. 13. 18. > 12. 24. Select live load 1 from Cases pull-down on main Toolbar. 51. Envelope. and Global extremes tabs. Select the Deformations tab in the Maps dialog Box. 41.: 10 in Maps dialog. 40. 12. 35.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis 11. Leave default settings and click OK. 19. 10 . Click Apply. 42. 32. Reactions 29. Click Exit button in workspace. Click Screen Capture from the main Toolbar. 55. Right-click and select Preview. Deselect Fz Force. and filled options. 14. 46. 36. > 13 and select Preview.
76. Select the Display options and check Bars > Section – names. Note that the controlling case is number 9: ULS for all members. Select Attrib. Click the Exit button on the workspace. 65. • Explore Printout Composition settings. Fz. 8. 70. Robot performs design code checks for groups of elements with various optimization parameters. 5. Click the Preview of selected components button. 74. w / z and click Apply. Select Results > Detailed Analysis… 64. 62. Member Verification 1. 68. Click OK. Turn off Nodes in the workspace display. Add Loads – Cases and Loads – Values from Standard tab. Click Close. Detailed Analysis 61. 3. 73. Click Printout Composition. Turn on Sections in the workspace display. 66. 58. 75. Click Calculations. Paste into Member verification text box. Select Detailed tab in Maps dialog box. 7. Printout 71. Review the results output table. Additionally. Close Printout Composition dialog box. Close Preview. 2. Close Detailed Analysis dialog box. 11. 72. Additional Activities: • Explore additional Results tables and display settings. Leave default settings and click OK. Click Bar Selection from the main Toolbar. 67. Select beam 18 in workspace.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis 57. Add all the Screen Captures. and My and click Apply from Detailed Analysis dialog box. Deselect Displacements – u. Click Close. Click Screen Capture from the main Toolbar.RTD Robot verifies the capacity of structural steel elements individually or within groups. Select Limit States: Ultimate and Serviceability 10. 63. 69. 59. Select ULS from Cases pull-down in main Toolbar. Click Calculations from the main Toolbar. The Steel/Aluminum Design interface layout is ideal for the steel design process. 6. • Add modal and other analysis types (advanced). Select Member verification from the Calculations dialog box. 11 . > Type > Beam and add to the Bar list. All the beams should be selected in the workspace. 60. 9. Deselect Active and click Apply in Maps dialog box. 4. Exercise 10—Steel Design SE336-1L PROJECT_EX10. Copy the Bar number ( 4to35 ) from the main toolbar. Select Fx.
12 . Optimization sorts the Section list by the Optimization options – weight in this instance. Select Material: STEEL A992-50 A992 Grade Fy 50 ksi 29. Click Sections. Select AISC 13th and W – DO NOT click check boxes. review. 13. 18. 48. 15. Click Change All. Click the check box for AISC 13th. 51. Deselect W. Type 1 into the adjacent text box. Code Group Design 45. Select the Groups tab on the Definitions dialog box. Close results dialog box. 54. Click Calc. 32. 21. Close results dialog and Cancel archiving. 22. Note the optimum section is now a W12x26. W12x16 to W12x30. 27. Click Calculations. 40. 52. Select beams 7 26to29 and copy to Member List. Click Analysis from the output dialog box. Notice all W shapes are added to Selected Sections box. 19. Click the check box for W. Click New. Notice Limit States only allows ULS or SLS – not both. 26. Review information on results dialog. 33. 34. Click Save. 39. Review results dialog. 17. W12x14 is over 4. Click Delete All. Click Options. Click Cancel for results Archiving. and Close. Optimization 50. Close the Map. Click Map. Click OK. 43. Click Calculations. 53. 46. 57. 25. Click Optimization. Click on one of the beam results in the output dialog box. Click Weight and OK. Close results dialog and Cancel archiving. Click Calculations. 36. Note. Code Group Verification 24. Click Code group verification from Calculations dialog. 41. Note that each beam in Group 1 is now a W12x26.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis 12. Select Code group design. 16. Close results dialog and Cancel archiving. 35. Click Calculations from main Toolbar. Review the Analysis chart and Close. 38. W12x14. Click OK to exit individual results. Select in the following order: W12x58. 42. 23. Change Name to Roof Beams 1 28. 31. 49. 37. 56. 55. Review the capacity Map. 44. 30. Note the Group presents the worst case only. Review the results.0 – No Good. 14. 20. Note that the Ratio for the next section. Note that design iterates through the list and finds the first section that works: W12x58. 47. Click List and select Roof Beams 1. Change to case 9: ULS from the main Toolbar. 58.
16. Click the #6 check-box. 13 . Select column 14. 23. Select RC Column template from pull-down in Longitudinal reinf. Required Reinforcement 1.RTD There are two primary options for analysis and design of concrete reinforcement: assessing required reinforcement and interactive design of provide reinforcement. Using the Bar selection. Click RC member calculation parameters from the side Toolbar. Click Calculations from the main Toolbar. Exercise 11—RC Member Reinforcement SE336-1L PROJECT_EX11. Click RC Column Design from side Toolbar. > Type > RC column. Click Calculation options. 10. Evaluation of required reinforcement is an effective way to quickly get results for several members at one. Additional Activities: • Add more Code Groups for other roof beams and columns. 18. 20. Click OK in Parameters dialog. 60. Select RC Design > RC Members – required reinf. Review General and Concrete tabs. Click Close. Perform Code Group design optimization again to verify W12x26 is still optimum section.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis 59. 2. 9. Select RC Design > RC Members – Provided reinforcement. if desired. Tab. 8. 4. select Attrib. 17. 13. Provided Reinforcement 15. Double-click Columns and review parameters. Select Structure tab in workspace. 22. Perform Member verification for bars 7 26to29 – those in Group 1. Click Apply. 12. 6. • Review design calculation Configuration options. Designing provided reinforcement allows designers a variety of customization options for design down to a single bar. Click Close. 3. Click RC member calculation parameters from the side Toolbar. Review Beam and Column results. • Adjust Sections available for Code Group design. • Adjust Optimization Options for flange width and depth. 21. Click Apply. 11. 14. > Type > RC beam. Select the ULS Code Combinations. 5. Using the Bar selection. 7. 19. Click Calculate. select Attrib.
Click Column – Interaction N-M and review. 13. Click Calculate. 3. Click Column Drawings from side Toolbar and Review. 10. Review Transverse reinf. Click Start calculations. 9. Select four of the #9 bars and Delete. 12. 32. 35. Robot Structural Analysis Professional is not required. 36. Click Cases and Combinations 7. Graphically select #9 bars. A Divided Surface with a Rectangular (not _No Pattern) is required. 25. Click Supports > Add Pin Support. Note the calculation error. Check Deformation. Review the Geometry information. 5. Click Reinforcement button from side Toolbar. This Add-in is part of the Revit Extensions for Revit Structure available to Subscription customers. 31. 27. 37. The Add-in will analyze a Conceptual Mass object placed in a Revit project. 28. Robot automatically verified the provided reinforcement. Click Start calculations from main Toolbar. Click Loads > Planar Loads. Review the various load cases and results types. Click Calculate. 26. Additional activities: • Design other columns and beams • Explore the other reinforcement parameters Exercise 12—Conceptual Form Simulation SE336-1L PROJECT_EX12. 4. 34. Select NO to design reinforcement. Click Save As … RC Column 2. 30.01 and click Add. 39. 38. Review imported loads. It is meant to help the engineer understand deflections and stress of a form (form-finding) rather than design framing. 40. 33. Conceptual Form Simulation 1. Select the various cases for graphical review. Click Column – Reinforcement tab. 14 . 14. Click Add-ins > Extensions Manager. 29. Click Calculations. 11. Double-click Simulation > Conceptual Form Simulation. Click OK.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis 24. 41. Change #6 bars to #9. Click Loads definition from side Toolbar. Verify Automatic Wind Load is Checked. Provide a Value: 0. Add eight supports (four each side) approximately equidistant. 8. 2.RVT The Conceptual Form Simulation Extension in Autodesk Revit Structure provides design engineers a means to study a complex conceptual form. Select Detailed tab. 6.
window-select all the floor framing. Click Floor Plan and review the results. Hover over each bay to see information and Natural Frequencies. Select Occupancy: Indoor (Modular) and review results. Click Add-ins > Extensions Manager. Click View > Animate. Click OK to exit the Extension. Click Add-ins > Extensions Manager. Select only the Floor slab on Level 2. In the Level 2 Structural Plan. 13. 15. Click Analysis and Check Walking Excitation. Like Conceptual Form Simulation. 16. Select Occupancy: Indoor (partitioned) and review results.) Composite Design 1. 10. 9. Click OK. (Note: Robot Structural Analysis IS required for the 2010 version—not the 2011 version. Click Close. 18. 15 . After reviewing results. Select Case: W2+ and Result type: Uy. Double-click Robot Structural Analysis > Floor Vibrations Analyzer. 5. 12. Click Report to view reporting options. 7. Double-click Robot Structural Analysis > Composite Design. Robot Structural Analysis is not required to run these tools. click OK to update Revit model with new design information. 16. 14.RVT The Composite Design and Vibration Analysis Extensions in Autodesk Revit Structure allow design engineers to design steel floor framing without leaving the Revit environment. 11. Vibration Analysis 8. 4. Click Stop.Introduction to Analysis Using Autodesk® Revit® Structure and Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis 15. Click Edit > Composite Settings to review (or modify settings). 3. Click Design > Design All. 6. Exercise 13—Composite Design & Vibration Analysis SE336-1L PROJECT_EX13. 2. 19. 17.
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