Please enter the following info in the fields above:
- Link to Student (type the first few letter of your name, then select yourself in the list of linked records)
- Paste a link to the model that you uploaded to your ACC folder in the ACC Link field.
Image of My Model
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For the TwitBook tower, a structural model of the interior beams, columns, beam systems is shown. Along with those visible items, structural walls were added along the two stair shafts and the elevator shaft. The floors are structural floors. Structural foundation types used under the first floor are: slab on grade, wall and isolated. Due to the unique rotation of the building, each system of beams and beam systems are different from all the other floors. Cantilever beams and special beam systems were used in the areas that experienced the rotations. The interior of the building that does not feel the effects of the rotation, have the same beam and beam system layout as all floors for consistency and ease of construction.
Using ACC Model Coordination
- Upload your architectural and structural models to your folder on ACC Documents, then copy them into the subfolder named Coordination Space.
- Use the modules pull-down menu to switch to the Model Coordination tool.
- Pull-down the coordination spaces menu (beneath the account login), and choose your personal Coordination Space.
- Create a new View that merges a 3D view from both your architectural and structural models.
- Open the new view, and use the ACC Model Coordination environment to navigate to an interesting camera viewpoint. Then, create an Issue to share this viewpoint.
- Click the Issues button in the left navigation bar to display the saved issues.
- Click the Create Issue button to create a new one.
- Click a location in the model viewer to place a push pin.
- Enter info for this issue:
- Change the Type to Design
- Enter a Title
- Assign the issue to our CA
- Click the Create button to save your issue and send it to the assignee.
- Repeat these steps to create three issues sharing interesting viewpoints within your merged models.