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Torbjørn Andersen

CI124341: Tunnel and Infrastructure Modeling with Dynamo and Revit

(Duration 33:23)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how the world's deepest and longest subsea road tunnel was made possible, busting the size-limitation myth in Revit
  • Learn how to handle large-scale complex geometries, clothoids, road alignments—you name it
  • Discover best practices with Dynamo in infrastructure projects
  • Learn how to use the benefits of database integration

Description

Description

Technology is growing rapidly and Revit software is no exception. It started with limitations of a few kilometers, and with time went over to tenths of kilometers as a model-size limitation in Revit. Despite of this, rumor still has it that Revit can't be used for large spanning projects. Engineers wouldn't be engineers if they took "no" for an answer, and we didn't. Instead, we chose the most extreme project-the world's deepest and longest subsea road tunnel "Rogfast"-and made it happen. Take Revit and marry it with Dynamo software and you have the ultimate solution for any challenge. Join the session and see it for yourself. We will share workflows developed and lessons learned.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Whether you are a Civil Engineer specializing in infrastructure projects, Revit User, Dynamo Junkie or BIM Manager, this class is for you.

Speakers

Speakers

Torbjørn Andersen

MSc Civil Engineer working within a wide range of infrastructure projects, design of tunnels and underground caverns at Norconsult. BIM and technology enthusiast hooked on Revit and a Dynamo junkie. Technology, innovation and optimization are the passions that keeps me going.

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Published

  • 2017
  • CI124341
  • AU Las Vegas;

Software

  • Revit
  • 3ds Max
  • Navisworks Manage

Industry

  • Civil Infrastructure

Topics

  • Building Construction
  • Transportation
  • Building Information Modeling