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Development of Solution Algorithm for Multi-dimention Road Alignment Design Considering Low-Carbon
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  • Journal title : Journal of KIBIM
  • Volume 5, Issue 4,  2015, pp.11-22
  • Publisher : Korean Institute of Building Information Modeling
  • DOI : 10.13161/kibim.2015.5.4.011
 Title & Authors
Development of Solution Algorithm for Multi-dimention Road Alignment Design Considering Low-Carbon
Kang, Jeon-Yong; Shim, chang-su;
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 Abstract
Government efforts for green growth policy initiatives demand low-carbon technologies in the road construction industry. The purpose of this paper is to develop an algorithm of a road alignment design solution for establishing the multi-dimensional information, and to calculate carbon emission quantity due to the geometric design elements in the planning phase of road alignment. The paper developed a calculation method for carbon emission quantity by drawing a speed profile reflected in the operating speed, acceleration and deceleration, which are majors factor of carbon emissions while driving and by applying a carbon emission factor. From this effort, it enabled alignment planning to reduce carbon emission. Object-based parametric design methods of the cross-sections were proposed for alignment planning, and the paper demonstrated a BIM-based road alignment planning solution. The proposed solutions can provide multi-dimensional information on carbon emission quantity and cross section elements through driving simulation. It is expected to allow construction of eco-friendly roads by deriving optimal road alignment to minimize environmental costs.
 Keywords
emission;geometric design;operating speed;multi-dimensional;parametric design;solution algorithm;
 Language
Korean
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