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Development of Process for Interoperability Improvement of BIM Data for Free-form Building Design using the IFC Standard

Title
Development of Process for Interoperability Improvement of BIM Data for Free-form Building Design using the IFC Standard
Author
최중식
Keywords
Industry Foundation Classes (IFC); Free-form buildings; Open Building Information Modeling (BIM); Interoperability
Issue Date
2016-02-10
Publisher
Science and Engineering Research Support Society
Citation
International Journal of Software Engineering and its Applications, v. 10, No. 2, Page. 127-138
Abstract
The introduction of BIM into complex buildings is essential and open BIM environmentfor communication between different kinds of work is an important element with the increasing demand for freeform buildings considering the value as being landmarks. IFC which is a standard integration model in the construction industry has been developed in buildingSMART International aiming for the interoperation of different information model tools. IFC is not only compatible for geometryinformation but also compatible for propertyinformation of the construction, and the standard protocol for data exchange in CAD tool representing BIM has been established for IFC. However, extensive time and costs have been spent since the geometryinformation is separately established and utilized in the certain software due to poor communication regarding precise geometryinformation in free-from projects of large scale. Information delivery hasbeen insufficientbecause of not using BIM authoring tools but CAD-tools. The purpose of this study was to propose the process allowing the conversion of free-from shape into IFC file and the conversion with BIM software by coding the information regarding complex shape of free-from buildings. For this, the improvement in compatibility for geometryinformation and propertyinformation of free-form buildings is expected andimprovement in communication and reduction in work duration and costs in different works in each area of the construction industry handlingcomplex shape and propertyinformation are ultimately expected.
URI
https://www.earticle.net/Article/A268900https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/100570
ISSN
1738-9984
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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES[E](공학대학) > ETC
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