Analytical Model tool checks if all structural objects in a current model have their analytical model enabled.

Using Analytical Model tool

  1. Click on Analytical Model tool. Analytical model check dialog will appear with a list of all objects without analytical model, as shown in figure below (if all objects in your model have analytical model enabled, the list will be empty). If you check Show only Structural elements, the list will be filtered to show only objects that are structural (this is only important for floors and walls that can be marked as non - structural elements).

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  1. Proceed with one of the following options:

  1. Double click on one element to highlight it in the model.

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  1. Select one or more elements (with Ctrl button) and right click, chose Isolate selected to isolate them in a view. Here you can review the particular elements and manuyaly enable their analytical model in the Properties dialog. Close the Analytical model check dialog in order to modify the objects in the Temporary Hide/Isolate view. To close the view click on Reset Temporary Hide/Isolate.

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  1. Select one, more elements (with Ctrl button), or all elements (Ctrl + A) and press Enable Analytical Model in order to enable the analytical model for the selected objects. When the analytical model is enabled in all elements, the dialog becomes empty.

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In case of larger number of elements without the analytical model, it is recommended to enable it partially to a smaller number of objects at a time, rather than enabling it all at once. It requires smaller regeneration of the Revit model and will speed the process up.

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Created by IwonaBudny on 2018/10/24 13:58
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