Bridge Specialization – Revit + Robot & OpenBridge – AulaGEO

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Bridge Specialization – Revit + Robot & OpenBridge – AulaGEO, Learn to design Bridge systems using AutoDesk Revit and Robot and too Bentley OpenBridge and Lummen.

Course Description

With this course, you will learn how to take advantage of these tools so that the process of designing structures for bridges is faster, more efficient, and of higher quality.

LEVEL I CONTENT

Level 1 of Bentley Open Bridge is a beginner’s guide, where we learn the basics of this software. Starting with a short theoretical session, we assume that you have basic know-how about bridges, after a quick review of some common terms we will get familiar with the interface of Bentley Open Bridge. #AulaGEO

After a brief introduction, we will proceed with an exercise in which we will create Precast Girder 2 Span Straight Bridge Model. In the process of making this bridge we will learn multiple procedure like adding a bridge Model, support Lines, bridge Decks, Girders, placing, and Modifying Piers, Abutments, Bearings, and Barriers.

LEVEL I – DESIGN BRIDGES USING OPEN BRIDGES + LumenRT

Lecture 1: Theory

LEVEL I – GETTING STARTED

Lecture 2: Introduction

Lecture 3: Initiating Open Bridge Modler from Open Bridge Designer

Lecture 4: User Interface

Lecture 5: Importing .tin file (Terrain Model)

LEVEL I – PRECAST GIRDER 2 SPAN STRAIGHT BRIDGE MODEL

Lecture 6: Adding a bridge Model

Lecture 7: Adding Support Lines

Lecture 8: Adding Bridges Decks

Lecture 9: Adding Girders

Lecture 10: Placing and Modifying Pier

Lecture 11: Placing Abutments

Lecture 12: Placing Bearings and Stepped Cap

Lecture 13: Placing Barriers

LEVEL I – PRECAST BEAM 2 SPAN STRAIGHT BRIDGE MODEL – USING WIZARD

Lecture 14: Adding Bridge Model

Lecture 15: Place Excavation

Lecture 16: Place Diaphragms

LEVEL I – Lumen RT – Lessons asked by students

Lecture 17: Lumen RT

LEVEL II CONTENT

Level 2 of Bentley Open Bridge is an intermediate-level guide, where we move one step ahead of the basics of this software. Starting with a short theoretical session, we assume that you have basic know-how about bridges, after a quick review of some common terms we will get familiar with the interface of Bentley Open Bridge.

After a brief introduction, we will proceed with an exercise in which we will create the Steel Girder 2 Span Straight Bridge Model. In process of making this bridge, we will learn multiple procedures like adding a bridge Model, support Lines, bridge Decks, Girders, placing and Modifying Piers, Abutments, Bearings, and Barriers. #AulaGEO

After the successful creation of the Steel Girder 2 Span Straight Bridge Model using a conventional method, we will learn how to make the same using Wizard method which is way more convenient and gets results with just a few clicks and inputs. Furthermore, we will look into field splices. After that, you can compare both models at your convenience.

After learning these two techniques for the creation of Steel Girder 2 Span Straight Bridge Model, we will learn how to create a curved bridge with custom-built templates of deck and pier which lead to our final exercise in which we will learn how to create a Segmental Bridge Model.

After completion of these exercises, we will learn how to create our custom templates and save them in the library for future usage. Reporting is an important part once we are done with the bridge model so we will learn several tips, tricks, and techniques to export different types of reports.

At the end of the session, you can review the theoretical part where you can learn more about the features introduced in the latest updates.

LEVEL II – DESIGN BRIDGES USING OPEN BRIDGE – LEVEL 2 – INTERMEDIATE

Lecture 18: Exercise Basic Design

Lecture 19: Exercise Adding Girders

Lecture 20: Exercise Adding Cross Frames

Lecture 21: Placing Sheer Studs

Lecture 22: Exercise: Placing Pier and Abutments

Lecture 23: Exercise: Placing Bearings, Stepped Cap and Barriers 1

LEVEL II -EXERCISE: STEEL GIRDER 2 SPAN STRAIGHT BRIDGE MODEL – USING WIZARD

Lecture 24: Adding Bridge Model using Wizard

Lecture 25: Adding Sheer Studs using Wizard

Lecture 26: Creating and adding Field Splices Template using Wizard

LEVEL II – EDITING TEMPLATES FOR STEEL GIRDER CURVED BRIDGE – USING WIZARD

Lecture 27: Slanted / Curved Deck Template

Lecture 28: Custom Hammer Head Pier Template

Lecture 29: Creating Curved Bridge Using Custom Templates

LEVEL II – EXERCISE: SEGMENTAL BRIDGE MODEL

Lecture 30: Adding Bridge Model

Lecture 31: Placing Segments

Lecture 32: Reports and Constraints Tool

Lecture 33: Modeling Piers, Abutments and Barriers

LEVEL II – CUSTOM TEMPLATES

Lecture 34: Deck Template

Lecture 35: Barrier Template

Lecture 36: Pier Template

Lecture 37: Material Template

LEVEL II – REPORTING

Lecture 38: Quantity Report

Lecture 39: Input Report

Lecture 40: Deck Elevation Report

Lecture 41: Bearing Seat Report

Lecture 42: Pier Drawing

Lecture 43: Section Drawing

LEVEL II – ADDITIONAL NOTES

Lecture 44: Enhancements in latest versions

LEVEL III CONTENT

In this level, you will learn a new way to manage your bridge projects using AutoDesk Revit and Robot Structure.

Revit software is the world leader in building design using BIM (Building Information Modeling), allowing professionals not only to generate plans but to coordinate the entire building model including design features. Revit is designed to include design tools for bridge structures.

When you assign elements to a project, you can:

  1. Automatically generate top plans, elevations, sections, and final impressions
  2. Perform static calculations in the cloud
  3. Perform advanced calculations in specialized programs such as Robot Structural Analysis
  4. Create structural and analytical models
  5. Quickly create and document detailed plans
  6. Improve your performance when working on a BIM model.

LEVEL III – STRUCTURE BRIDGES DESIGN – USING REVIT & ROBOT

Lecture 45: Introduction

Lecture 46: REVIT Introduction

LEVEL III – MODELING AND ANALYSIS

Lecture 47: Simple beam bridge modeling

Lecture 48: Load cases – Aanlytical model – Exporting to Robot

Lecture 49: Modeling skew simple bridge of varying sections

LEVEL III – FINAL RESULTS

Lecture 50: Interior RFT- BOQ and final layout

LEVEL III – TRUSS BRIDGE DESIGN AND MODELING

Lecture 51: Introduction

Lecture 52: Revit modeling – Truss System

Lecture 53: Robot Analysis

Course Orientation

We will follow the logical order in which you would develop a personal project. Instead of considering each theoretical aspect of the program, we will focus on following the workflow that best suits a real case and give you some tips to achieve the best results.

You will get prepared files that will allow you to follow the progress of the course from where you consider it most necessary by guiding you to use the tools yourself while watching the classes.

The course content is updated regularly to include important updates or points that can help you improve your learning and you will have access to them in real time so you can improve your continuous skills.


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