## Robot Structural Analysis

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# Revit -> Robot model corection problem

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I am working with Robot model gathered from Revit. Unrotunately I don't have acces to Revit model to correct it before sending to Robot. I cleared most of inaccuracies but still it takes ages to generate computinal model and than analyise it. I will be very grateful for any guideline how to deal with it and make model lighter.

Regards,

Bartosz Borowiak

Link to model file: http://www.filemail.com/d/ganmmgvhbpkklju

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# Re: Revit -> Robot model corection problem

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* I cleared most of inaccuracies but still it takes ages to generate computinal model and than analyise it. *

Did you?

What about unmeshed panels? What abot concertation of meshes -> something wrong with geometry.

Search forum for topics about model correction, inaccuracies, meshing

HInts: do not use regular mesh, do not use kinematic links, for this model I recommend min 1m mesh, try to mesh walls first then the rest.

**Rafal Gaweda**

# Re: Revit -> Robot model corection problem

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To start - use this model: **http://we.tl/tJJFt78jlb**

Some walls geometry is corrected but....

The rest must be done by you - either correct only meshes or geometry and meshes

**Rafal Gaweda**

# Re: Revit -> Robot model corection problem

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Witaj Rafal, Thank you for that model but,

In the meantime I did corrected geometry and applied preferences about generating mesh. Still having problem to analysis it with selfweight. It's my first time working with revit exprted model and I'm getting my nerves with it.

Attached model:

http://www.filemail.com/d/ofawbuyxbebbxqo

Kind regards

Bartek

# Re: Revit -> Robot model corection problem

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Why didn't you correct my ~30000 nodes model?

If you want to use yours - 371000 nodes - your choice but you need to have 12+ GB RAM memory and time.

**Rafal Gaweda**

# Re: Revit -> Robot model corection problem

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In th emeantime I was correcting my geometry and I thought that will be better model. I will corect yours with less node and we will se what will happen. Thank you

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Go in this direction.

**Rafal Gaweda**

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Thank you for that hint. In fact it was so much easier and quicker working on that "light" version of model with less nodes. My corrected model attached below, still with some meshing problems. Thank in advance for help.

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I'm aware that those are locations of the meshing problem but can't really figure out how it can be even better corrected.

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**Rafal Gaweda**