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Start with the settings in Job Preferences as shown in this thread:
That's why I wrote "start with...".
In fact your revit analytical model is not consistent \ not coherent \ not enough accurate.
I will try to fix Robot model and upload it and write you where to look at.
(If you upload revit model we can try to show you how to correct analytical model in it)
Try to use meshing options as shown below it will help. Order or meshing panels may also help (some slabs first, before adjoinning walls or vice versa)
I have attached corrected model. It is not perfect but works fine.
Take a closer look at the places where rigid links are defined -> not properly connected elements in RST. Many other places where columns are not properly connected with beams or beam not defined on slabs egdes corected by me.
PLease note that according to your revit settings all bar elements are defined \ transfered to Robot with pinned releases. So such definition may cause instabilities in model due to not enouugh stiffening in some places. Ie in bars 194do196 198do200 205 207 236do238 244 in this model.
If you do not mind uploading revit file we will make a closer look at its analytical model.
Thank you Rafal.
I send you the file in Revit, divided into 4 rows because more than 1.5 Mb imposed. I also think that the error could be in the Revit model, in fact I tried to make a similar case directly to the robot and not designed to be no problem.
In Revit, graphically, the model seems correct, the problem seems the walls.
How can I check the model in Revit, keeping the real geometry of my building?
If I draw only beams or columns do not have the same problems.
sending 01 of 04
I had no enough time to correct model but I want to show you some errors causing problems.
In general you should set "fixed" elements as walls, maybe some columns and basing on them correct the analytical model.