Parameterstyrd projektering : En studie av parameterstyrd projektering utav en fackverkskomponent

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Malmö universitet/Fakulteten för teknik och samhälle (TS)

Sammanfattning: The endeavor for optimization and development in the construction industry is warranted where new solutions are highly sought for. The importance of communication and efficiency in a project planning phase is of highest importance. The objective of this study is to highlight the advantages and disadvantages of a parameter-driven modeling method, by using a Grasshopper software. To explore the possibilities of the software, a script will be created. The script will contain a parallel framework also known as Warren’s framework. In this study, a survey is sent for applicable practitioners in the construction industry where the purpose is to receive information about the industry's opinion about the subject. A parameter-driven modeling method refers to software such as Grasshopper and Dynamo. The software is node-based unlike traditional modeling methods based on manual line drawing. There is no fixed geometry in a parameter-driven modeling software. Therefore, in order to illustrate models, different visualization platforms like Rhino are needed. A considerable amount of time has been spent creating a script in Grasshopper where a user with limited experience will naturally face complications among the way. Many of the survey participants considered that the main con of parametric modeling is the amount of time allocated to creating a script. Thought when the script is completed, changing parameters to influence the model outcome is uncomplicated. Additionally, there is potential regarding time efficiency since the software eliminates all need to perform repetitive tasks. Parametric modeling is a flexible form of work where changes later in a stage are always available.

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