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pawelpiechnik
Posts: 15
Registered: ‎09-24-2007

Structural Analysis via Clouds

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08-30-2011 01:11 PM

Project Storm for Autodesk Revit Structure is a technology preview available on Autodesk Labs that provides cloud-based structural analysis to structural engineers as a part of the BIM process. With Project Storm, engineers and designers can extend design models from Revit Structure to the cloud for structural analysis and then visualize and explore the results from directly within Revit Structure.

Learn more and try it out on: http://labs.autodesk.com/utilities/revit_storm/

 

Pawel Piechnik

Autodesk, Structural Analysis Product Manager

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Romanich
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Registered: ‎09-29-2009

Re: Structural Analysis via the Autodesk cloud

08-30-2011 10:26 PM in reply to: pawelpiechnik

Dear Pawel, users from Russia & CIS can not download this module. Sad but true.

   
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Bauskas
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Registered: ‎02-14-2011

Re: Structural Analysis via the Autodesk cloud

08-31-2011 12:49 AM in reply to: pawelpiechnik

What are the solver specifications for this functionality?

 

And, more specifically, do the events like this and incorporation of "analysis" functions into Revit (inherently a non-analysis software) bode a looming phase-out for RSA?

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pawelpiechnik
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Registered: ‎09-24-2007

Re: Structural Analysis via the Autodesk cloud

08-31-2011 11:48 PM in reply to: Romanich

Yes, Indeed. The distribution is limited to some countries as for now, but hopefully we will see it expanding. This is often the case for Technology Preview apps.

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pawelpiechnik
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Registered: ‎09-24-2007

Re: Structural Analysis via the Autodesk cloud

08-31-2011 11:50 PM in reply to: Bauskas

Both Robot Structural Analysis Professional and Storm share solvers. It will help keeping consistency of results when switching between mainstream and more advanced analysis.

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