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How to Extract IFC files including building and construction data?

    Question

  • Has anybody extracted IFC files describing building and construction data with Azure Data lake Analytics? Possible to do without C# coding? Any source code or advice?

    ISO-10303-21;
    HEADER;

    /******************************************************************************************
    * STEP Physical File produced by: The EXPRESS Data Manager Version 5.01.0100.02.64mod : 6 Jun 2012
    * Module:                         EDMstepFileFactory/EDMstandAlone
    * Creation date:                  Tue May 27 17:02:57 2014
    * Host:                           SPARCH22
    * Database:                       C:\Users\ryan\AppData\Local\Temp\{B5D68F00-74DB-4F08-BE27-0187F24502F9}\ifc
    * Database version:               5507
    * Database creation date:         Tue May 27 17:02:40 2014
    * Schema:                         IFC2X3
    * Model:                          DataRepository.ifc
    * Model creation date:            Tue May 27 17:02:40 2014
    * Header model:                   DataRepository.ifc_HeaderModel
    * Header model creation date:     Tue May 27 17:02:40 2014
    * EDMuser:                        sdai-user
    * EDMgroup:                       sdai-group
    * License ID and type:            5605 : Permanent license. Expiry date: 
    * EDMstepFileFactory options:     020000
    * License:                        http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
    ******************************************************************************************/
    FILE_DESCRIPTION(('ViewDefinition [CoordinationView_V2.0]'),'2;1');
    FILE_NAME('Project Number','2014-05-27T17:02:57',(''),(''),'The EXPRESS Data Manager Version 5.01.0100.02.64mod : 6 Jun 2012','20131024_2115(x64) - Exporter 3.2.0.0 - Alternate UI 2.1.0.0',$);
    FILE_SCHEMA(('IFC2X3'));
    ENDSEC;

    DATA;
    #1= IFCORGANIZATION($,'Autodesk Revit 2014 (ENU)',$,$,$);
    #5= IFCAPPLICATION(#1,'2014','Autodesk Revit 2014 (ENU)','Revit');
    #6= IFCCARTESIANPOINT((0.,0.,0.));
    #9= IFCCARTESIANPOINT((0.,0.));
    #11= IFCDIRECTION((1.,0.,0.));
    #13= IFCDIRECTION((-1.,0.,0.));
    #15= IFCDIRECTION((0.,1.,0.));
    #17= IFCDIRECTION((0.,-1.,0.));


    Kenny_I

    Thursday, November 30, 2017 9:09 AM