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Scia Scaffolding

  1. 1. Apollo Bridge Architect: Ing. Miroslav Maťaščík - Alfa 04 a.s., Bratislava Design: Dopravoprojekt a.s., Bratislava Apollo Bridge Architect: Ing. Miroslav Maťaščík - Alfa 04 a.s., Bratislava Design: Dopravoprojekt a.s., Bratislava Optimization of processes in scaffolding Integration of the scaffolding process into a software-solution for fast and accurate modelling, dimensioning, drawing and execution Rudi Vanmechelen Account Manager - Nemetschek Scia Consultant - Scia Scaffolding Version (print update) 07.2012 29/07/2013
  2. 2. Contents of this presentation The current processes • For simple scaffolds • For complex scaffolds From order to execution • For simple scaffolds • For complex sacffolds How do you work? • What do users need?• What do users need? • What is the vision Realization of the vision • Integrating processes • The “Scia Scaffolding Suite” Results of this vision • Advantages Media • References • Movie and client examples 2
  3. 3. Current process in scaffolding companies Current working method up to the order Requests • Lots of requests for quotation Type of scaffold • Simple or complex scaffold? scaffold Simple scaffold • Needs fast and precise bill of material and prices • Nice presentation is an extra sales argument Reality • Often no drawing, no calculation checks • Price based on rough estimations and experience 3
  4. 4. Current process in scaffolding companies Current working method for complex scaffolds … up to the order Complex scaffold • In general … More details are needed • Drawings, survey on site, basic / advanced checks Drawing • Drawings, cuts, views … • Currently often in 2D Checks • Currently based on manufacturers tables • Currently simple 2D checks on some critical points Quantities • Choice of scaffold elements (tubes, couplers …) • Price based on estimation of quantities 4
  5. 5. Current process to execution – simple scaffolds From order up to execution Order Planning Execution Admin. tasks Transportation lists Articles Bill of material Invoicing Stockyard 5
  6. 6. Current process to execution – complex scaffolds From order up to execution - Drawings Order Drawing Analysis model Calculation Planning Execution Admin. tasks How? Problems! © Rojo Steigerbouw 6
  7. 7. Current process to execution – complex scaffolds From order up to execution – Build up analysis model Order Drawing Analysis model Calculation Planning Execution Admin. tasks How? Problems! X Y Z XY Z © Travhydro 7
  8. 8. Current process to execution – complex scaffolds From order up to execution – Do some calculations Order Drawing Analysis model Calculation Planning Execution Admin. tasks How? Problems! 8
  9. 9. Current process to execution – complex scaffolds From order up to execution – Planning and Execution Order Drawing Analysis model Calculation Planning Execution Admin. tasks How? Problems! 9
  10. 10. Current process to execution – complex scaffolds Complete … from order up to execution Transportation lists Articles Material Order Drawing Analysis model Calculation Planning Execution Admin. tasks Invoicing Stockyard 10
  11. 11. Current process to execution – complex scaffolds The information-flow in “real life” Order Drawing Analysis model Calculation Planning Execution Admin. tasks How? Problems! X Y Z 11
  12. 12. Current process in scaffolding companies What about you? Do you also face these problems in your daily business? What is the vision of the market? Do you also want to save time, build more accurate scaffolds, and work according the latest prescriptions? Do you also want to improve your processes? of the market? 12
  13. 13. Vision to better processes in scaffolding Needs for every user Salesforce Scaffold builder Fast estimation (m2-m3) + BOM Presentation drawings Simple user-interface Librairies manufacturers Easy CAD-import Easy load generation (e.g. wind) Engineering of simple scaffolds Engineering of complex scaffolds Easy load generation (e.g. wind) Practical modelling of supports, bracings, base jacks … Fast calculation in 3D Easy check of section Templates for reporting Advanced modelling (couplers …) Advanced calculations and checks according EN 12810-12811 13
  14. 14. Optimized process – as seen by the user Introducing BIM for scaffolding BIMBIM Scaffold modelScaffold model Drawings Calculations 14 Scaffold modelScaffold model Object orientatedObject orientated Images Material lists m² and m³ scaffold Excel ©Sales + P.R.
  15. 15. Vision to better processes in scaffolding The vision of integrating processes in the “Scia Scaffolding Suite” Input Process Output Central open database Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Report for calculation 3D presentation drawings Quantities (m2-m3) + BOM • Analysis- and CAD-model • Manufacturer librairies • Own user librairies • Couplers • Templates • Calculation methods • Prices • … graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT drawings Sections, overviews, details Paperspace (A0) Lists: material, transportation … Price calculation Excel, PDF, DWG, IFC … 15
  16. 16. Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding 16
  17. 17. Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – execution rules DO and DON’T Anchors Ballast Supports 17 Ballast Supports
  18. 18. Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – execution rules DO and DON’T Fall protection Loading 18 NOT OK
  19. 19. Current method of design 2D constructions Linear analysis Effective length method Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – calculation rules Internal forces derived from 1st order analysis Design according Relevant design code (e.g. EC3) 19
  20. 20. Complexity of scaffolds High degree of non-linearity Large deflections Non-linearities Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – calculation rules Couplers (non-lin. behaviour) Base jacks (friction) Excentricities (bracings) Large deflections 2nd order effects very important Inclined scaffold (also base jacks) Vertical loading → horizontal loading 20
  21. 21. New prescriptions (EC 12811) • Non-linear coupler behaviour • 2nd order is the preferred way of analysis • Equilibrium of the displaced system is taken into account directly Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – calculation rules is taken into account directly • Global effects (P-∆) = buckling • Local effects (P-δ) = bow-imperfection • Perform section check only • Stability • Generates buckling form • Includes P-∆ and P-δ • Input for 2nd order calculation 21
  22. 22. Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – calculation rules “how it works” 22 Based on critical loadfactor αcr
  23. 23. Input Process Output Central open database Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety How to set up an accurate model • Analysis- and CAD-model • Manufacturer librairies • Own user librairies • Couplers • Templates • Calculation methods • Prices • … graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 23
  24. 24. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with XLS interface graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 24
  25. 25. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with XLS interface graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 25
  26. 26. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with XLS interface graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 26
  27. 27. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with XLS interface graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 27
  28. 28. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with XLS interface graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 28
  29. 29. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with Scia Engineer graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 29
  30. 30. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with Scia Engineer graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 30
  31. 31. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with Scia Engineer graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 31
  32. 32. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with Scia Engineer graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 32
  33. 33. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with DXF-DWG graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 33
  34. 34. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with DXF-DWG graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 34
  35. 35. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with DXF-DWG graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 35
  36. 36. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with DXF-DWG graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 36
  37. 37. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with DXF-DWG graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML …) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 37
  38. 38. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with intelligent CAD-applications graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 38
  39. 39. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with Model IT graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 39
  40. 40. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with Model IT graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 40
  41. 41. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with Model IT graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 41
  42. 42. Input Process Output Company development (e.g. Excel) Interactive graphical input Focus on safety Modelling with Model IT graphical input Fixed or parametric blocs DXF – DWG (not intelligent) Intelligent CAD-applications (IFC2x3, CIS2, XML) Dedicated modeller Model-IT 42
  43. 43. Couplers • Open library in Scia Engineer • Non-linear springs • Data available at manufacturer • E.g. Layher, Cuplok … • Resistance values for checks Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – model data 43
  44. 44. Couplers • Open library in Scia Engineer • Non-linear springs • Data available at manufacturer • E.g. Layher, Cuplok … • Resistance values for checks Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – model data Tube and fitting System scaffolds Frames 44 Tube and fitting System scaffolds Frames
  45. 45. Diagonals • With excentricity • Generates torsion in the standards Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – model data 45
  46. 46. Diagonals • With excentricity • Generates torsion in the standards Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – model data Gaps in diagonals • Margin between pen and hole • Influences overall buckling 46
  47. 47. Diagonals • With excentricity • Generates torsion in the standards Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – model data Gaps in diagonals • Margin between pen and hole • Influences overall buckling 47 Floorboards • Wooden planks → additional loading • Metal → include spring stiffness
  48. 48. Diagonals • With excentricity • Generates torsion in the standards Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – model data Gaps in diagonals • Margin between pen and hole • Influences overall buckling 48 Floorboards • Wooden planks → additional loading • Metal → include spring stiffness Base jacks • Not fixed to the ground → uplift • Hor. resist. = f (vert. load) → friction Anchorages, abutments • Fixed, pressure only …
  49. 49. General • Check in service → high working, minor wind loading • Out of service → extreme wind, material on the scaffold Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – loading data Load cases and load combinations • Prescribed in codes • Include in template file in Scia Engineer 49
  50. 50. General • Check in service → high working, minor wind loading • Out of service → extreme wind, material on the scaffold Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – loading data Load cases and load combinations • Prescribed in codes • Include in template file in Scia Engineer 50 Floor loads • Surface load → line load Wind loads • Plane load generator
  51. 51. Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – loading data Load cases and load combinations • Prescribed in codes • Include in template file in Scia Engineer General • Check in service → high working, minor wind loading • Out of service → extreme wind, material on the scaffold 51 Floor loads • Surface load → line load Wind loads • Plane load generator
  52. 52. General • Check in service → high working, minor wind loading • Out of service → extreme wind, material on the scaffold Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – loading data Load cases and load combinations • Prescribed in codes • Include in template file in Scia Engineer 52 Floor loads • Surface load → line load Wind loads • Plane load generator
  53. 53. General • Check in service → high working, minor wind loading • Out of service → extreme wind, material on the scaffold Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – loading data Load cases and load combinations • Prescribed in codes • Include in template file in Scia Engineer 53 Floor loads • Surface load → line load Wind loads • Plane load generator
  54. 54. Calculation • Linear calculation • Non-linear effects : friction, gaps, couplers … • Stability (global buckling) → αcr • Non-linear stability • 2nd order calculation with global and local effects Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding –results 54
  55. 55. Results • Deformed structure (also animated view) • Reactions • Internal forces • Stresses • Graphical and numerical output • Complete structure, selection on member Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – results • Complete structure, selection on member or member-family • Configuration of colours for easy interpretation 55
  56. 56. Numerical checks in Scia Engineer • EC3 checks steel: stresses, buckling, unity-check • EC9 checks aluminium • Automatic calculation of buckling lengths • Buckling over several uprights • EN 12810-12811 checks for tubes • Coupler checks Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – checks • Coupler checks • Detailed output ! 56
  57. 57. Visual checks in Model IT • Basic checks on execution (TG 20) • Visual control Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – checks 57
  58. 58. Collision checks in Scia Engineer Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – checks 58
  59. 59. Checks in Solibri • Based on IFC • Rules Focus on safety Increase safety in scaffolding – checks 59
  60. 60. Vision to better processes in scaffolding Realization of this vision with the “Scia Scaffolding Suite” Model IT B.O.M. Pricing DrawingsAnalysis model Salesforce Builders Engineering scaffolds Common librairies Structural Edition model Scia Scaffolding Base / Expert Calculation reports Articles Detailed BOM Views Paperspace Plug-ins DXF, DWG Excel, XML IFC2x3 Tekla, Revit, Allplan … Engineering simplescaffolds Engineering complexscaffolds 60
  61. 61. Vision to better processes in scaffolding Some screenshots of the applications 61
  62. 62. Vision to better processes in scaffolding Some screenshots of the applications 62
  63. 63. Vision to better processes in scaffolding Some screenshots of the applications Structural Edition 63
  64. 64. Vision to better processes in scaffolding Some screenshots of the applications Scia Scaffolding Base / Expert 64
  65. 65. Vision to better processes in scaffolding Some screenshots of the applications Scia Scaffolding Base / Expert 65
  66. 66. Vision to better processes in scaffolding Some screenshots of the applications Scia Scaffolding Base / Expert 66
  67. 67. Vision to better processes in scaffolding Some screenshots of the link between Model-IT and Scia Scaffolding Scia Scaffolding Base / Expert 67
  68. 68. Vision to better processes in scaffolding Your advantages in a nutshell • Exact, fast and complete solution • In every stage of the process Completeness • General or tailor-made solution • For every kind of user (commercial, builder, technician …) Versatility • For every kind of user (commercial, builder, technician …) • Create your own librairies and templates (company style) • In full compliance with newest codes and prescriptions EN 12810-12811 • Import and export with industry standards (DXF, DWG, PDF, XML, IFC …) Safe and open interface • Integration in one environment leads to proven time-saving • Simple and fast changes in one place lead to automatic update of all documents Time-saving and profitability 68
  69. 69. Vision to better processes in scaffolding Some references 69

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