Robot Structural Analysis Quick Start Guide
Welcome to the Robot Structural Analysis Quick Start Guide, a resource for newcomers and users looking to brush up on basic skills for both structural steel and reinforced concrete models. This guide shows how to develop a basic design workflow, starting with modeling and moving through analysis, design, and documentation creation.
The user interface provides all the tools you need to work on a drawing. Increase productivity and simplify your workflow by customizing the interface to support the way you work.
Create a model for a typical steel structure, and analyze and test designs on the model.
Define load types, assign loads to load types, define area and point loads, and create and modify load combinations.
Run analysis for steel structures, review analysis results, and perform design. This helps you determine and validate element sizes for code compliance.
Create a model for a typical concrete building, and analyze and test designs on the model.
Define load types and apply loads to structural objects.
Run analysis for concrete buildings, review analysis results, and model designs to determine the required reinforcement.
Use analysis results to calculate reinforcement requirements dictated by country codes.
Create documentation and reports based on the content of the project file. Extract the required information and then arrange it according to your needs to prepare a report ready for printing or sharing.
Connect to BIM by exporting Robot’s model data to Revit, where you can manage changes and coordination. Compare results in different solutions to understand the model and promote collaboration.