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St Louis IES BIM Lighting

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Brok Howard

on 14 March 2013

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LIGHTING DESIGN PROCESS BIM + Lighting BIM Fundamentals + Lighting Calculations Learning Objectives BIM History PROCESS Ivan Sutherland 1969 THANK YOU Learn the fundamentals of Building Information Model(ing) Understand where BIM can impact Lighting Design Be able to communicate your roles in the industry as it relates to BIM to Lighting What is BIM? Definition “The creation and use of coordinated, consistent, computable information about a building project in design – parametric information used for design decision making, production of high-quality construction documents, prediction of building performance, cost estimating, and construction planning.”
From “Green BIM” by Eddy Krygiel & Bradley Nies, Wiley Publishing, 2008


“A model-based technology linked with a database of project information”
From Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Building_Information_Modeling) Eric Bobrow of Bobrow Consulting Deliverables Drawings Specifications Visualization Calculations Collaboration Quantity and Location Quality and Requirements Vision of Idea
Selling the concept Proof of how you got from A to B Who needs what and when? Model used for Deliverables Drawings Specifications Visualization Calculations Collaboration Additional Services All drawings from a single model Parametrically Updating Object oriented

information = specification Imagery comes directly from the model Building Information
MODEL All data is in a single point of reference, keep it there and find value in keeping it all together Shared Model Architecture Electrical Federated Models Structural Mechanical Lighting What else can be part of your scope now? BIM = Model BIM also = Process ING AutoCAD 12 1992 Autodesk Revit Design Authoring Software
1997 - Revit History Online http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autodesk_Revit Object Oriented = Content = Families Types Instances Parameters Central File Local Copy Local Copy Local Copy Main model Users work in Local Copies that were created from the Central Model User then "Sync with Central" to update the Central Model with changes http://usa.autodesk.com/revit/
Brok Howard and Kevin Sexton LIGHTING
DESIGN ARCHITECT
BUILDING INTERIOR
DESIGN
ENVIRONMENT LIGHTING DESIGN PROCESS CLIENT
BUDGET LIGHTING
DESIGN ASHRAE 90.1 AESTHETICS FC = CBCP / D2 LIFE SAFETY ENGINEER
ENERGY Elum Tools FUTURE NEW
SPACE DESIGN
LIGHTING ANALYSIS
RESULTS by AGI32 M Six http://www.m-six.com/index Autodesk 360 https://360.autodesk.com/Landing/Index http://www.bdcnetwork.com/bim%E2%80%99s-future-cloud dRofus http://www.drofus.no/en/index.html Newforma http://www.newforma.com/products-services/newforma-building-information-management/ Revise Instantly ELUM TOOLS -
A Lighting Calculation PlugIN for Revit.
Electric light levels can be calculated using smart families with integrated IES files.
Uses existing Architecture already present in the Revit model. ` Advantages of ElumTools

* Easily exchange information with models in the BIM environment

*One complete program.

*No more CAD

*Ongoing space analysis through the scheduling tools

*Calculate multiple spaces at once.

*Quality renderings,

*Material reflectances derived from ARCH model Disadvantges of ElumTools

*Long startup, and upkeep for the luminaire manager

*Inability to modify calc points individually

*Longer rendering times vs AGI32 - Due to renderings

*No Daylighting component Follow along online Be ready to follow us online "Building information modeling (BIM) is a process involving the generation and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. The resulting building information models become shared knowledge resources to support decision-making about a facility from earliest conceptual stages, through design and construction, through its operational life and eventual demolition.
From Wikipedia
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Building_information_modeling) INTERACTIVE VISUALIZATION TOOL ILLUMINANCE OR LUMINACE All illuminance statistics computed by ElumTools summarized with Revit’s schedule feature. Revit Ribbon
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