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Analiza funkcionalnosti in uporabnosti modelirnika Tekla Structures za večmaterialno konstruiranje v Sloveniji : diplomska naloga
Alešnik, Damjan (Author), Cerovšek, Tomo (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Sinur, Franc (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
V diplomskem delu sem predstavil modelirnik stavb Tekla Structures, ki je zelo primeren za izdelavo informacijskega modela stavbe, zgrajene iz armiranega betona in jekla. Pri tem je pomembno tudi to, da je program kompatibilen z ostalimi BIM programi, da je možna izdelava delavniške dokumentacije in, da je možen izvoz za CNC stroje. Želel sem primerjati projektiranje s parametričnimi komponentami v modelirniku BIM, s klasičnim risanjem detajlov. To sem tudi dejansko izvedel na konkretnem projektu poslovne stavbe. Pri projektiranju BIM vedno obdelujemo le en element, ne glede na različen prikaz v načrtih. Tekla Structures deluje na principu parametričnih detajlov, ki v odvisnosti povezujejo nosilne elemente. Za uporabo modelirnika je treba poznati vse vgrajene detajle, ki jih najdemo v knjižnici modelirnika, saj lahko le tako izdelamo kvaliteten spoj s parametričnimi povezavami. Skozi celotno analizo sem upošteval uporabnost samih parametričnih komponent v smislu primerjave z ročnim risanjem detajlov in tako prikazal bistvene prednosti takega detajliranja. Predstavil sem izvleček pomembnih detajlov, ki se pogosteje uporabljajo, in njihovo uporabo v konkretnih projektih.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:gradbeništvo, diplomska naloga, VSŠ, Tekla Structures, modeliranje BIM, projektna dokumentacija, kovinska konstrukcija, armiranobetonska konstrukcija
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FGG - Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Year:2016
Publisher:[D. Alešnik]
Number of pages:XVIII, 134 str., [9] str. pril.
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:004.2:624.04(497.4)(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:7531105 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Analysis of features and possible use of Tekla Structures for multimaterial structural design in Slovenia
Abstract:
My intention is to present software Tekla Structures in this thesis since it is designed for building information model of building structures incorporated of reinforced concrete and steel. The importance of software is being capable of modelling parametric components and connections and also being compatible with other BIM software is a high priority. The second most important is that software creates workshop documentation and thirdly exports information to fabrication with CNC machines. My main purpose is to compare the parametric design of details and classical drawing details. I have been working on a specific project of commercial building. BIM design is mainly modelling only on one element, regardless of different types of export. Tekla Structures operates on the principle of parametric details, as a function of connections the construction elements. To be familiar with all built-in available details is important when you use a modeller because this is the only way to produce high-quality connection in terms of parametric design. I took into account the usability of parametric components in terms of comparisons of hand-drawn details throughout the analysis. I have also made an overview of important details that are often used in specific projects.

Keywords:graduation thesis, Tekla Structures, BIM modelling, project documentation, steel structures, reinforced concrete structures

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