Lecture: Introduction to Building Information Modelling. Knowledge about geometrical modelling of parametrised objects, semantical modelling, forms of cooperation within integrated Information Modelling and standardisation, relevant standards and norms (ÖNORM A 6241). International developments are pointed out.
Exercise: Practical introduction to the basic methods and possibilities in the digital construction of buildings and structures of infrastructure.
• developing, creating and editing parametrised building models (geometrical models in 3D)
• dimensioning and labelling
• creating component lists and determining masses
• creating plan layouts
• constant data transfer in order to enable the application of simulation tools: defining and operating of interfaces for structure planning, building technology and infrastructure planning
Professionals: lectures by colleagues working practically in order to convey the variety of topics and approaches, etc. in the form of practical examples with following discussions (Workshop) concerning the topics of architecture, structure planning, building technology and traffic construction.
Software used in the exercise:
• Autodesk Revit
• Allplan Nemetschek
This lecture is to familiarise students with the basics of software-based Building Information Modelling (BIM). Successful participants can develop virtual building models in a manner that is suitable for architects and civil engineers and creating constructional planning documents from them. Through this know-how students gain understanding about the design and coordination of digital value-creation-processes, the initiation and management of BIM-projects.