Opis: This master thesis deals with the effect of interoperability between architectural and structural BIM software in the case of a Mall project. The research and most of the work was performed on a BIM model of the Mall project that was modeled using Tekla BIM software.
Since there is still a lack of investigations addressing interoperability issues in the structural engineering domain, this thesis pretends to show the collaboration between architectural and structural BIM software, taking into account a real and complex project.
A general overview and research regarding building information modeling (BIM) and interoperability issues were done in this project. Various case studies were conducted, where the entire BIM model and partial models of the Mall project were transferred from BIM to FEM software using different data exchange methods. Structural analysis and design in the case of the relevant partial models of the Mall project were performed with the help of Dlubal-Structural Engineering Software for Analysis and Design. Such analyses were made in the structural analysis program RFEM, to investigate if those partial models are imported correctly.
The general conclusion based on the used case studies is that data exchange between BIM and FEM software can be useful, but the ease of use depends on both the data exchange method and the way how the relevant model has been created in Tekla BIM software. Referring to these case studies, the most successful data exchange was achieved by using the direct link between BIM and FEM software.Ključne besede: Building Information Modeling (BIM), Interoperability, Data, Direct link, IFC, DSTV (*.stp), Tekla, RFEM, Modeling, A&D, Mall Project.Objavljeno: 15.12.2017; Ogledov: 415; Prenosov: 57 Celotno besedilo (20,15 MB)