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New features of the 2021.a version

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New programs and modules



New features of existing programs


 

New programs and modules

Open BIM BOSCH

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Open BIM BOSCH

"Open BIM BOSCH" is a free program that has been developed to analyse and design BOSCH VRF (variable Refrigerant Flow) air conditioning systems.

The program is integrated into the Open BIM workflow via the BIMserver.center platform. It imports the architectural model from the BIM project to which it is connected on the BIMserver.center platform, and if there is a model with thermal loads (such as the model that is generated by CYPETHERM LOADS), it imports the thermal loads.

The program provides the following results documents:

  • Detailed design report
  • VRF diagram
  • Quantities in FIEBDC-3 (.bc3) format
  • Report with the materials schedule

More information (Spanish).

 

Open BIM ORKLI VMC

Open BIM ORKLI is a free application with which users can design Orkli mechanical controlled ventilation (MCV) systems. The program is integrated into the Open BIM workflow, which allows users to import the models of a project that is located on the BIMserver.center platform and form part of the multidisciplinary and multi-user collaborative workflow that Open BIM technology provides.

More information (Spanish).

Open BIM SCHNEIDER

Open BIM SCHNEIDER is software that has been developed in collaboration with Schneider Electric, to analyse and design electrical installations in Open BIM projects. The program incorporates the Ecodial analysis motor and is integrated into BIMserver.center and Schneider Electrics’ EcoStruxure program.

Open BIM SCHNEIDER reads the information that is contained in a wiring diagram to take the design requirements that are defined in the diagram. With this information, the program selects the Schneider Electric devices that meet the requirements in accordance with the design criteria and standards, and improves the efficiency of the design by applying selectivity and affiliation techniques.

Open BIM SCHNEIDER

Open BIM SCHNEIDER displays the imported wiring diagram on-screen and the results obtained by the analysis motor:

  • Diagram that is generated with the elements that are selected for each line.
  • Detailed 3D view of the selected product range.
  • Issues report.

Furthermore, the program exports the XML file that is generated from Rapsody.

Open BIM SCHNEIDER provides the following results documents:

  • Modified wiring diagram with Schneider Electric references
  • Project annex with Schneider Electric material
  • Quantities in FIEBDC-3 format
  • Report with materials schedule

More information (Spanish).

 

 

CYPE Architecture

“CYPE Architecture” is a 3D architectural modelling program that has been specifically designed to be integrated into the Open BIM workflow that is proposed by CYPE, via the BIMserver.center platform.

 

“CYPE Architecture” has been developed with the aim to complement IFC Builder, by greatly improving it, since it includes a new 3D workspace without any geometric restrictions, superior modelling capacities, whereby even the conceptual design phase of the project can be contemplated.

 

"CYPE Architecture", like its predecessor, is a free application.

 

More information.

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StruBIM CYPE 3D

StruBIM CYPE 3D

“StruBIM CYPE 3D” is the version of “CYPE 3D” (included in the CYPE general program menu) that is downloaded from the BIMserver.center platform. “StruBIM CYPE 3D” operates in the same way as “CYPE 3D”.

The differences between “StruBIM CYPE 3D” and “CYPE 3D” lie in the connection with the BIMserver.center platform and the management of the user licenses of the program:

  • With "StruBIM CYPE 3D", the project has to be included in a BIM project on the BIMserver.center platform.
  • The user licenses for "StruBIM CYPE 3D" are managed by the BIMserver.center platform. Remember that you can use the permissions saved on your "local physical key" or on your "electronic key" on the BIMserver.center platform. More information.

More information on the integration of both programs into the Open BIM workflow via the BIMserver.center platform can be found in the "Integration into the Open BIM workflow" section of the new features of "CYPE 3D and StruBIM CYPE 3D".

 

Soil-structure interaction (footings and pile caps) – CYPECAD module

Soil-structure interaction (footings and pile caps) – CYPECAD module

 

Soil-structure interaction (footings and pile caps) – CYPECAD module

 

Soil-structure interaction (footings and pile caps) is a CYPECAD module with which the settlement of the foundations and their interaction with the rest of the structure, regarding forces and deformations, can be considered. The soil-structure interaction is considered by defining elastic stiffness constants for the foundation elements.

 

For footings, the stiffness is entered as the subgrade modulus. Similarly, for pile caps, users must define the axial stiffness for each pile, which is determined by the ratio between its load and the settlement that is produced.

More information.

 

StruBIM Steel (Free Launch Edition)

 

StruBIM Steel (Free Launch Edition)

Creation and maintenance of BIM models for structural steel detailing. Launch version, free to use and with no expiry date. This application is integrated into the Open BIM workflow via the BIMserver.center platform.

More information.

StruBIM Steel (Free Launch Edition) StruBIM Steel (Free Launch Edition)

 

 

StruBIM Design Coupling Beams – StruBIM Shear Walls module

“StruBIM Design Coupling Beams” is a new module of “StruBIM Shear Walls” brought about to design and check coupling beams that are reinforced with diagonals. It is integrated into the Open BIM workflow.

“StruBIM Shear Walls” imports the coupling beams from the Open BIM project to which it is connected, together with the analysis results. Using this data, “StruBIM Design Coupling Beams” allows users to design, edit and check the reinforcement of the beams. Once the reinforcement design process has finished, the results can be generated and exported. The program provides reinforcement description reports, check reports (summarised or extended) as well as a 3D view of the results.

More information will be available shortly.

StruBIM Design Coupling Beams StruBIM Design Coupling Beams

 

CYPETEL Project ITED-ITUR

CYPETEL Project ITED-ITUR is a program that has been brought about to aid users in generating the reports for ITED (Infraestruturas de Telecomunicações em Edifícios) project documents in accordance with the “Manual ITED 4.ª edição”, and ITUR (Infraestruturas de Telecomunicações em Loteamentos, Urbanizações e Conjuntos de Edifícios) project documents in accordance with the “Manual ITUR 3.ª edição”. The following documents are generated based on the data that is entered by users:

  • Identification files
  • Descriptive report
  • Design schedule
  • Materials schedule
  • Responsibility declaration

Together with CYPETEL Systems and CYPETEL Schematics, CYPETEL Project ITED-ITUR represents the consolidation of the Open BIM workflow using the BIMserver.center platform for telecommunications projects in Portugal. Thanks to this, the information that is generated from these two programs can be read by CYPETEL Project ITED-ITUR and the data that is required to generate the project documents mentioned above, is filled in with their assistance.

More information (Spanish).

New features of existing programs

Open BIM MOVAIR

Enlarged product catalogue

In the 2021.a version, the Open BIM MOVAIR products catalogue has been enlarged. “Y” branches and circular section lids have been incorporated. In previous versions, circular section ducts, their elbows and transitions were already available.

 

Open BIM PANASONIC

Open BIM PANASONIC operative version

In the 2020.f version, a beta version of Open BIM PANASONIC was published on the BIMserver.center platform. Now, in the 2021.a version, the first version of the program has been published, which includes all the basic functions.

 

Automatic equipment design

In the 2021.a version of Open BIM PANASONIC, users do not have to select the appropriate size of each device to overcome the thermal load. The equipment that is entered by users recognises the space where it is located, reads its thermal loads and during the design, the program will increase the model of each equipment set until the corrected power offered by each one is greater than that required by the space where it is located.

 

View of the maintenance space

The indoor and outdoor equipment have an assigned surrounding area which is best left free of obstacles so maintenance work can be carried out easily, and for the machine to be able to discharge the air flow and so, guarantee its correct operation.

This area is made visible in the program using a semi-transparent colour. Users can activate or deactivate it in the “General settings” panel.

 

 

Application user guide

Open BIM PANASONIC includes the User guide in English. In this manual, step by step instructions are provided on how to install the program, and how to open an example and design a system to obtain the design results.

 

 

Open BIM TOSHIBA

New TOSHIBA multi-split equipment

The TOSHIBA multi-split range that uses refrigerant R32 has been added.

New features common to several programs

User Coordinate System (UCS)

A tool has been added with which users can modify the coordinate system of the application. This tool is being implemented in several applications. In the 2021.a version, the tool is available in the following applications:

  • IFC Builder
  • CYPECAD MEP
  • CYPEHVAC Hydronics
  • CYPEPLUMBING Sanitary Systems
  • CYPEPLUMBING Water Systems
  • CYPEPLUMBING Solar Systems
  • Open BIM Lighting
  • CYPELUX
  • CYPELUX CTE
  • CYPELUX RECS
  • CYPELUX HQE
  • CYPELUX LEED

Colour criteria of 3D view axes

As of the 2021.a version, the colour criteria for the 3D view axes has been modified. Now, the colours of the 3D views axes system are shown with the traditional RGB criteria for X Y Z.

  • X: Red
  • Y: Green
  • Z: Blue

 

Open BIM add-in for Revit and Bills of quantities for Revit models

Compatibility of CYPE plug-in for Revit with "Revit 2021"

As of the 2021.a version, the CYPE plug-ins for Revit, “Open BIM add-in for Revit” and “Bill of quantities for Revit models”, are compatible with the 2021 version of Revit.

 

Open BIM add-in for Revit

Native mapping of the IFC entities of the project

The Open BIM plug-in for Revit allows for IFC elements from BIMserver to be converted into native Revit elements using a mapping table that matches the synchronised information of the Open BIM project with user entities and parameters. The mapping can be configured by IFC class and Revit types, has filter functions, can be saved and loaded in multiple projects and can perform a multiple conversion of BIMserver IFC links.

 

 

Open BIM Construction Systems

New material catalogues for layers

The 2021.a version has an increased number of catalogues of the materials that are available to complete the information regarding the layers that make up construction solutions.

 

Soil-structure interaction (footings and pile caps) – CYPECAD module

Soil-structure interaction (footings and pile caps) – CYPECAD module

CYPECAD

Soil-structure interaction (footings and pile caps) – New CYPECAD module

Soil-structure interaction (footings and pile caps) is a CYPECAD module with which users can take into account the settlement of the foundations and their interaction with the rest of the structure, in terms of forces and deformations, by defining elastic stiffness coefficients for the foundation elements.

In the case of footings, the stiffness is entered as the subgrade modulus. Similarly, for pile caps, users must define the axial stiffness for each pile, which is established by the ratio of their load to the settlement that is produced.

 

More information.

CYPECAD. Import columns with different sections and material types from the BIM model

CYPECAD. Import columns with different sections and material types from the BIM model

 

Import columns with different sections and material types from the BIM model

In the 2021.a version, columns with different sections and material types can be imported from the BIM model.

In the “Columns” stage of the BIM model import assistant, a list is displayed containing the columns that have been detected. The first column of the list allows users to activate or deactivate the import of each type of section. The columns “Material”, “Type” and “Description” show the data that is contained on the IFC file. The “Transverse section” column indicates the section that is assigned to the type of column. By pressing on each cell, the selection panel of the transverse section of the column can be accessed.

The “Switch axes” column allows users to change the orientation of the local axes of the section. This tool is required when the axes criteria of the transverse section of the IFC that is being imported is different to the axes criteria of the sections of CYPECAD.

The program assigns rectangular and circular sections automatically. For each remaining section, the corresponding CYPECAD section must be assigned. The assignment that is carried out is saved automatically for future imports.

CYPECAD. Save options selected in "Template object snaps"

 

Save options selected in "Template object snaps"

The options that are selected in “Template object snaps” are saved when the Accept button is pressed. This way the selection remains for when the program is executed in the future.

Warnings when changes arise in the base reinforcement of floor slabs, waffle slabs or drop panels

A warning is displayed in the final design report if, during the design process of floor slabs, waffle slabs or drop panels, the base reinforcement has been modified in any way. The slabs on which any changes have been carried out are indicated.

Other improvements and corrections

The 2021.a version of CYPECAD also includes other minor improvements and corrections of the program that can arise in specific cases:

  • Possibility to add the options “Enter double joist”, “Check the geometry of the current group”, “Check geometry of current group and higher groups” and “Check the geometry of all groups” in the toolbar.
  • Corrections in the generation of the 3D views of floor slabs.
  • Corrections in the 3D view of beam intersections.
  • Detection of construction elements that have been defined incorrectly.
  • Corrections in the reinforcement detailing of concrete columns with generic sections.
  • Corrections in the consultation of force combinations for timber columns.

 

CYPE 3D and STRUBIM CYPE 3D

Integration in the Open BIM workflow

CYPE 3D and STRUBIM CYPE 3D. Integration in the Open BIM workflow

CYPE 3D and STRUBIM CYPE 3D. Integration in the Open BIM workflow

In the 2021.a version, the integration of “CYPE 3D” has been implemented in the Open BIM workflow via the BIMserver.center platform. This integration brings about the creation of “StruBIM CYPE 3D”, a program which is the version of “CYPE 3D” that can be downloaded from the BIMserver.center platform.

The new tools that are now available in “CYPE 3D” to connect to BIM projects of the BIMserver.center platform and all the tools of this program are also available for “StruBIM CYPE 3D”.

The differences between “CYPE 3D” and “StruBIM CYPE 3D” lie only in the need to have to connect to the BIMserver.center platform and in the management of the user licenses and modules of the programs. These differences are explained in more detail in the “StruBIM CYPE 3D” section of the new programs that have been included in the 2021.a version, which are shown at the beginning of this webpage.

A section has been included in the start panel of both programs to connect as a BIMserver.center user.  For CYPE 3D, this connection is optional upon entering the program but necessary if users wish to link to a BIM project that is located in BIMserver.center. For “StruBIM CYPE 3D”, the connection to the platform is obligatory.

The new “BIMserver.center” menu has been implemented, which includes different tools to manage this connection.

  • Link
    This tool can connect a project to a new or existing project. When a project is linked to a BIMserver.center project, the results can be exported, and the 3D views of the other technical specialties can be imported, which will be shown in the 3D view.
  • Unlink
    This tool can unlink a project from a BIMserver.center project.
  • Consult
    This tool allows users to consult the status of the IFC files that are present in the BIM model, giving them the option to update the view of these links. It must be noted that the CYPE 3D model does not undergo any changes during the update of the links. This tool is available when the project has been linked to a BIM project.
  • Export
    This tool allows users to export the structure in IFC format to the BIM project, as well as the GLTF file with the 3D view.

 

StruBIM Shear Walls

StruBIM Shear Walls

StruBIM Shear Walls

StruBIM Shear Walls

Force amplification

Some standards, such as the NTC-RSEE 2017 (Mexico) or Eurocode 8, consider the amplification of forces in shear walls in their articles. This new feature allows users to consider amplified forces for normal and shear force checks.

The amplification of the forces is defined independently for bending moments, axial forces and shear forces.

Default values ​​are assigned based on the standard that has been selected in the BIM model import process. However, a value assignment button has been implemented according to the configuration of the standard (blue arrow).

The program generates a new group of combinations and a new check for amplified forces depending on each case, but still performs a check with the original forces (not amplified).

The bending moment amplification is based on the definition of a height that raises the force law from the original moment at the base of the wall.

The amplification of the axial forces is defined using a factor that has the effect of enlarging and reducing the axial force, since initially, it is unknown which will have the most unfavourable effect. This duplicates the amplified combinations with respect to the original ones if it is applied.

The shear force amplification is applied using three parameters, one that directly amplifies the shear at the base of the wall, another that defines the height as of which the amplified shear law changes direction to the shear at the highest point, which is defined by a third parameter and will be a function of the amplified shear at the base.

The amplification of axial forces and/or moments will generate new amplified force combination groups for normal and shear force checks. Users must bear in mind that the checks of normal forces is carried out using the global forces of the wall, and the shear check is carried out on the forces that have been transformed to the segment, taking a segment as being each span that makes up the complete wall on plan.

Mexican design code NTC-RSEE 2017

The Mexican NTC-RSEE 2017 has been implemented in the 2021.a version of StruBIM Shear Walls.

 

CYPELEC REBT, CYPELEC RETIE, CYPELEC NF and CYPELEC Distribution

“Bill of quantities” tab

The “Bill of quantities” tab has been included in the four programs (CYPELEC REBT, CYPELEC RETIE, CYPELEC NF and CYPELEC Distribution). Now, users have tools to generate and manage the bill of quantities of the elements that have been entered.

More information in “Bill of quantities” tab in project phase Open BIM applications.

CYPELEC REBT, CYPELEC RETIE, CYPELEC NF and CYPELEC Distribution CYPELEC REBT, CYPELEC RETIE, CYPELEC NF and CYPELEC Distribution

 

CYPELEC Electrical Mechanisms

 

CYPELEC Electrical Mechanisms

Export the bill of quantities to the BIM project

The documents that are exported to the BIM project are complemented with the bill of quantities and the file in FIEBDC-3 format (.bc3) of the electrical installation.

 

Element references with the Portuguese design code

When the Portuguese standard is selected in CYPELEC Electrical Mechanisms, the references that are used in Portugal for the different elements that are entered are loaded automatically.

 

CYPELEC Distribution

 

CYPELEC Distribution

Reading of mechanisms of the BIM project

The mechanism box can be entered in CYPELEC Distribution. In the 2021.a version, the program can read mechanisms such as switches, commutators, crossings, etc., contained in the BIM project, in such a way that the program places its mechanism box. This way, clients do not have to enter it manually and can complete the path of the electrical distribution.

Programs like CYPELEC Electrical Mechanisms allow users to enter electrical mechanisms and export this information to the BIM project.

 

CYPETEL Schematics

Assistant for the automatic generation of network diagrams

“CYPETEL Schematics” has incorporated an assistant to automatically generate star networks of coaxial cables, optical fibre and copper pairs. The assistant allows, based on an infrastructure diagram, to generate these diagrams bearing in mind the position of the equipment as well as the distances of the conduits.

CYPETEL Schematics CYPETEL Schematics

 

CYPEPLUMBING Sanitary Systems, CYPEPLUMBING Water Systems

Edit text size of drawing tags

The 2021.a version of “CYPEPLUMBING Sanitary Systems” and “CYPEPLUMBING Water Systems” allows users to vary the size of the tags of drawings. With this improvement, users can further customise the drawings that are generated by both programs and this way, improve their readability.

CYPEPLUMBING Sanitary Systems, CYPEPLUMBING Water Systems CYPEPLUMBING Sanitary Systems, CYPEPLUMBING Water Systems

 

CYPEPLUMBING Solar Systems

CYPEPLUMBING Solar Systems

Calculation of the heat flow in the primary and secondary systems

When calculating the heat flow in the primary and secondary system, it is important to account for the energy that is lost along the pipes from the solar collectors to the consumption points, to optimize the sizing of the collection area, which is required to also compensate for that loss of energy.

Up to the 2021.a version, users could contemplate, in a simplified way, the energy that is lost along the length of the pipes from the solar collectors to the accumulators or heat exchangers (primary circuit) and from these to the consumption points (secondary circuit), by considering a global loss coefficient of the circuit or by reducing the performance factor of the circuit.

As of the 2021.a version, "CYPEPLUMBING Solar Systems" calculates the energy loss in these circuits by analysing the path of the pipes and bearing in mind the material, thickness and insulation of these pipes, as well as factors such as temperature, and the discharge and return flow that circulates along them.

 

Open BIM Analytical Model

Application manual

The 2021.a version of Open BIM Analytical Model includes the application manual.

 

AcouBAT by CYPE

New application name

As of the 2021.a version, AcoubatBIM by CYPE is called AcouBAT by CYPE.

 

Update of the sound test database

The sound test database, associated with the AcouBAT analysis engine (managed by the French entity, CSTB - Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment), that is included in the application has been updated. The number of products that are available has been increased in over 700 items to exceed 3,150 different products. Additionally, the structure of the database has been modified so it is now easier to distinguish products from manufacturer catalogues, generic products, and user products.

During the database update process, any customised products that were created previously will remain. However, some of these products may have a class that does not correspond to one of the new structure. To correct this inconsistency, it is now possible to modify the class of a user product from its edit panel.

 

New sound indices for the advanced search

The following sound indices have been added to the advanced search tool of the database:

  • NRC: Noise Reduction Coefficient.
  • SAA: Sound Absorption Average.
  • IIC: Impact Isolation Class.

 

CYPEHVAC Ductwork

Reading of the ventilation flow

As of the 2021.a version, CYPEHVAC Ductwork reads the ventilation flow rates of the spaces that have been analysed in CYPETHERM LOADS and in Open BIM COVID-19. This way, users do not have to enter the flow rates for each grille manually, since the program calculates them based on the number of grilles in each space.

 

CYPETHERM HVAC

Discontinued program as of the 2021.a version

As of the 2021.a version, CYPETHERM HVAC has been substituted by other design and Open BIM programs that as a whole have the capacities of CYPETHERM HVAC and whose evolution will improve the features of this program (more information).

 

CYPETHERM EPlus and CYPETHERM HE Plus

SAUNIER DUVAL split aerothermal systems

The new Saunier Duval Genia Air split units have been added. Within the air-source heat pump, water/air conditioning systems, under the Saunier Duval logo, users can choose between the compact Genia Air series and the new Genia Air split. Within the latter, users can select the different outdoor unit models and their corresponding indoor unit, of the hydraulic module type or with an integrated Genia Set split accumulator.

 

As for the rest of the air-source heat pumps, users can choose whether the system will be used only for heating or also for cooling. Furthermore, users must specify the working temperature conditions of the installation and its operating mode during the year.

 

Saunier Duval Genia Air split units have also been incorporated into the DHW Systems panel. Additionally, FEW monovalent and FEWS bivalent DHW accumulators have been added, which will appear when an indoor hydraulic module unit is chosen. These accumulators can also be selected in conjunction with Saunier Duval compact air-source pumps.

 

VAILLANT split aerothermal systems

The new Vaillant split "aroTHERM split" air-source heat pumps have been added. Within the air-source heat pump, water/air conditioning systems, under the Vaillant logo, users can choose between the compact aroTHERM series and the new aroTHERM split series. Within the latter, users can select the different outdoor unit models and their corresponding indoor unit, of the hydraulic module type or with an integrated uniTOWER split accumulator.

 

As for the rest of the air-source heat pumps, users can choose whether the system will be used only for heating or also for cooling. Furthermore, users must specify the working temperature conditions of the installation and its operating mode during the year.

 

Vaillant aroTHERM split units have also been incorporated into the DHW Systems panel. Additionally, uniSTOR (monovalent) and auroSTOR (bivalent) DHW accumulators have been added, which will appear when an indoor hydraulic module unit is chosen. These accumulators can also be selected in conjunction with Vaillant compact air-source pumps.

 

CYPETHERM EPlus, CYPETHERM HE Plus and CYPETHERM RECS Plus

TOSHIBA R32 multi-split systems

Toshiba's new R32 refrigerant multi-split equipment catalogue has been included. Within multi-split, direct expansion systems (refrigerant), under the Toshiba logo, users can choose the new outdoor unit models. Similarly, indoor units can be found within multi-split direct expansion terminal units. Using the assistant, the complete system can be created.

If the multi-split system has been designed with Open BIM Toshiba, it can be imported into CYPETHERM programs with EnergyPlus, where it will appear completely defined.

 

Open BIM Quantities and applications with the Bill of quantities tab

Import/Export chapter structure

Now, users can import or export the chapter structure of a set of measurement rules. In the previous version, users could import it but only from the creation window of the set of measurement rules.

Import/Export chapter structure Import/Export chapter structure

Open BIM Quantities

Reading of bills of quantities generated by project applications

As of the 2021.a version, Open BIM Quantities can read the bills of quantities that are generated by project applications, via the "Bill of quantities" tab that is available in the tools. The information from the different applications is consolidated in Open BIM Quantities, making it easier to create a bill of quantities for the complete project. The documents that are generated can be exported to the BIMserver.center project and integrated with the project reports in Open BIM CTE Memorias application.

 

 

Constant values in the measurement criteria

As of the 2021.a version, users can enter constant values for parameters A, B, C and D that make up the measurement. To be able to obtain this result in the previous version, an expression had to be entered in the “formula” field, which included the value that had to be considered. With this implementation, the task is simplified and the documents are improved.

To include a constant in the measurement, simply leave the “Group” field empty, which appears next to the parameter identifier (B, C or D) and introduce the numerical value in the “parameter” field.

 

Applications with the Bill of Quantities tab

Reference of the quantity detail lines

It is now possible to indicate a reference for the detail lines of a quantity concept from the mapping file. This way, users can better control how the bill of quantities is generated from the digital model and can use the assigned reference in multiple projects, which saves time.

If this field is left empty, the original reference of the element will be used as was done in previous versions.

 

Relationship with the components of the BIM model

A list has been included in the measurement detail lines, with the IDs of the construction elements of the BIM model that intervene in that line. The identifiers are used to relate the components of the digital model of the building with their associated quantity. Therefore, it is crucial information to ensure the traceability of the parts of the building that make up the bill of quantities of the project.

This data was already used in previous versions, although it was not visible to users, and it allows for some of the application's own functionalities to be carried out, such as highlighting the components of a quantity details line in the 3D view of the application.

 

Concepts without prices

An option has been added in the report configuration panel, which allows users to exclude the decomposed prices of the project units that do not have an associated price in the price justification.

Type of project unit

Now it is possible to modify the type of a project unit from the Prices window (unclassified, Labour, Machinery and auxiliary resources, Materials), as was done in previous versions with unit prices. This classification follows the FIEBDC-3 standard (.bc3) and therefore, when the project is exported in that format, the information can be interpreted by other applications that work with the same technology.

 

Visibility of the tags of the quantity detail lines

It is now possible to view the tags that are assigned to the quantity detail lines, both in the bill of quantities table and in the justification reports.

To view the tags in the bill of quantities table, the “Tags” option has been added to the toolbar of the application. When activated, a new column is shown where the tags associated to each details line are grouped, separated by commas. For the justification reports, the option “List the tags of the quantities detail lines” has been added in the document configuration panel. When activated, the tags will appear next to the reference of the details line in the “Bill of quantities” report.

 

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