AutoTURN Revit

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AutoTURN for Autodesk® Revit® is the only vehicle swept path simulation tool available for Revit platforms that allow users to:

  • Produce forward and reverse vehicle turning simulations and swept path analysis within the Autodesk® Revit® environment.
  • Maintain the original site design project and the vehicle turning simulations in Autodesk® Revit® – saving both time and money.
  • Simulate vehicles and choose specific key parts to be drawn within the simulation to perform specific reviews.
  • Work with standard design vehicle libraries for different regions including: AASHTO 2011, 2004 and 2001, Alberta Infrastructure, Highway Geometric Design Guide, along with Europe, Brazil, Australia and Oceania.
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Software Settings AutoTURN
Standard
AutoTURN
for Revit
Ability to change units of measurement (i.e. imperial or metric units)
Ability to display the steering and articulating angles for the vehicle
Ability to use of higher steering and articulating angles for reverse maneuvers  
Ability to select the vehicle libraries to be displayed

 

Display Properties AutoTURN
Standard
AutoTURN
for Revit
Ability to draw the path elements (path and section symbols)
Option to draw vehicle names, tire treads, loads
Option to select or create a new layer to draw simulations on
Display envelopes for Front & rear tires, vehicle body, loads, tracking points
Setup clearances for the different envelopes produced by the vehicle
Ability to hatch the path describe by the vehicle
Ability to update the simulation for changes in the properties

 

Vehicles AutoTURN
Standard
AutoTURN
for Revit
Vehicle libraries as per different design guidelines
Independent Rear Steered vehicles, oversized, overweight, and vehicles with complex turning characteristics
Ability to create custom vehicles

 

SmartPath Tools (Forward and Reverse) AutoTURN
Standard
AutoTURN
for Revit
Ability to drive the vehicle based on the cursor position, accounting for speed, superelevation and friction
Ability to control the sweep angle to execute corner maneuvers accounting for speed
Ability to control the sweep angle and oversteer to execute corner maneuvers accounting for speed

 

Adaptive Simulation AutoTURN
Standard
AutoTURN
for Revit
Use reference geometry in the drawing to generate vehicle turn simulations
Edit Tools AutoTURN
Standard
AutoTURN
for Revit
Ability to adjust the path by grip editing sections
Ability to continue a previously drawn simulation
Ability to place the vehicle along the path
Updates the simulation to respond to changes in reference geometry

 

Vertical Simulation AutoTURN
Standard
AutoTURN
for Revit
Simulate the vehicle profile on a vertical profile (terrain profile)
Simulation Animation AutoTURN
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AutoTURN
for Revit
Ability to play and record animations of your simulations
Reports AutoTURN
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AutoTURN
for Revit
Report displaying the length, steering, speed, etc. of the simulation
Ability to insert the vehicle profile to document the analysis
Display the speeds along the path based on the AASHTO speed equation
Produces a turning template with predefined turning angles
Produces a profile template of the max; Uphill or downhill slopes achievable for the vehicle

 

Learning Resources AutoTURN
Standard
AutoTURN
for Revit
Contains built in tutorials
Includes help files