SOFiSTiK Bridge Modeler – A robust software to apply BIM in bridge design & modeling

Sofistik, the leading software developer, has launched SOFiSTiK Bridge Modeler that can be used to develop parametric bridge models with alignment parameters.

It is user-friendly tool for bridge planners all through the globe. The software produces completely parametric input and semi-automated, adaptable plan creation, simplifying the process to analyse several design variants.

With SOFiSTiK, it becomes easier to obtain step-by-step complicated geometries based on the smallest detail. It can be performed by first selecting one or more axes from the road planner or by specifying the axes out of horizontal or vertical layout information. Then the required bridge cross-section is chosen from the adjustable cross-section families the software offers.

The Bridge Modeler contains advanced modeling capabilities and parameterization of the whole structure to make simple and easy analysis of numerous variants along with the computation of dimensions and costs.

The model is utilized to automatically create cross-sections with pre-dimensioned views and sections. These and other user-generated views or lists are also automatically modified with regard to modifications to the model.

The users can also produce a developed section cut of the model in Revit and add tags to it.

The software supports BIM in Bridge Design and Detailing. The users can produce parametrized 3D bridge models with alignment parameters and generic families in Autodesk® Revit® 2019.

To get more details about the software, go through the following link

SOFiSTiK Bridge Modeler – A robust software to apply BIM in bridge design & modeling

Published By
Arka Roy

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