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The properties of geometrically modelling computational schemes for building structures

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For launching a project on a structural object, the calculation of building structures stands as one of the most important stages of project development. In order to correctly analyse structural behaviour, determine the stress-strain state and solve design or inspection problems, the designer is forced to adequately formalize the actual structure turning it into a faultless computational scheme. Virtual testing is one of the main features of the single graphical-information model. Interoperable systems for three-dimensional modelling and analysis, calculation and design ensure smooth data transfer between the physical and computational model. Modern object-modelling techniques and integrated analysis systems allow achieving the defined goal. The article deals with the forms of data exchange, the developmental features of the designed and computational (analysis) BIM model, the integrated design process of CAD/CAE as well as the conversion problems of the physical and computational model.


First published online 14 January 2021

Keyword : BIM, CAD, physical model, analysis model, software integration

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Popov, V., Kriksunov, E., & Grigorjeva, T. (2020). The properties of geometrically modelling computational schemes for building structures. Engineering Structures and Technologies, 12(1), 32-38. https://doi.org/10.3846/est.2020.14045
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