Assembly Building Structure Simulation Method Based on 3D Simulation Technology
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Assembled building refers to the building assembled on site with prefabricated components. It is not only green, cost-saving, but also can greatly improve the quality of the building. It will become one of the main areas of construction owners. “Assembly building” and “simulation technology” are the hotspots in the construction industry at present. They have many commonalities and complementarities, and are still in the initial stage. In recent years, the construction method of assembly building has been highly valued by the construction industry, and has been used in many construction projects. This paper briefly analyses the application and advantages of 3D simulation technology in assembly building. At the same time, the application of 3D technology in prefabrication assembly is expounded. However, the prefabricated building not only solves the problems of low on-site construction efficiency, high cost, pollution caused by construction, but also low construction cost, fast construction speed and climate-to-assembly. The construction impact is small and so on. Therefore, it is necessary to promote the simulation of the prefabricated building structure simulation technology.
Keywords3D simulation technology Prefabricated building Structural simulation
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