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A Basic Study on the Development of a BIM-based Realtime Performance Evaluation Technology for the User Life Safety in the Buildings
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A Basic Study on the Development of a BIM-based Realtime Performance Evaluation Technology for the User Life Safety in the Buildings
Lee, Yun Gil;
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 Abstract
Dweller`s safety is one of the most important factors for the evaluation of building performance. The process of conventional safety design which is normally performed by the codes and designer`s experiences is not enough to check the whole possibilities of unexpected accidents in the built environment. It means that the dwellers might be always exposed by the dangerous situation which should have been removed in the architectural design process. In order to solve this problem, this study intends to introduce a rule-based performance evaluation technology based on BIM(Building Information Modeling). The proposed technology focuses on the real time evaluation of dweller`s safety in the ordinary life in the designed building alternatives and uses a commercial BIM tool as a design and evaluation platform.
 Keywords
Performance Based Design;Rule-based Evaluation;BIM(Building Information Modeling;User Safety;Real Time;
 Language
Korean
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