Join Thiago Santos Mundim for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding the Solibri workflow, part of Solibri Model Checker Essential Training.
- [Instructor] Let's first understand the Solibri workflow.…So we have the architect, the structural engineer,…the MEP engineer and all the teams producing models…for their design using their own BIM tool.…The team then export their models into individual IFC files.…IFC stands for Industry Foundation Classes…and is the open format that all BIM compliant tools…should be able to export and import.…In many countries, IFC is the standard sharing format…on public projects by law.…
With IFC and Solibri, it doesn't really matter what software…the design team is using to produce their models.…IFC, when exported correctly, makes sure all relevant…information is available to all stakeholders…especially using Solibri Model Checker.…So next we open these IFC files in Solibri.…Solibri will run an automated analysis process…that allows to visualize all the models together,…check for integrity and quality of these models,…the space is created, check the design against building code…and building regulations, check for best practice,…
This course starts with understanding the tools and the classifications system, so you can do information takeoff and data mining. Next, understand and create rule sets to validate not only model clashes, but also regulations requirements and quality control. Last, explore the Model Checker reporting and communication features and find out how to use the Information Takeoff view to visualize and analyze model components based on their properties.
- Starting a new Solibri Model Checker project
- Using the Markup, Dimension, and Sectioning tools
- Rules and rule sets
- Reporting and communication
- Information Takeoff view