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Plan of BIM-based Quantity Take-off for Nuclear Power Plant Decommissioning
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 Title & Authors
Plan of BIM-based Quantity Take-off for Nuclear Power Plant Decommissioning
Jung, In-Su; Won, Ji-Sun;
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 Abstract
Nuclear power plant decommissioning has attracted attention according to the shutdown decision of Kori 1 which is Korea`s first nuclear power plant. Nuclear power plant decommissioning is the one who never experienced ever in our country. So, its process is difficult and time-consuming. In addition, it is difficult to determine the decommissioning quantity. This study proposed the plan that can be used in quantity take-off for nuclear power plant decommissioning using BIM technology being utilized in recent construction industry. As a result, we suggested the method of BIM-based quantity take-off such as the selection decommissioning method and process, setting up of BIM modeling environment, establishment of OBS & WBS, integrated BIM modeling, the definition of quantity property. The proposed plan can be utilized usefully from when permanent stopping nuclear power plant occurs intensively. Furthermore, the overseas nuclear power plant decommissioning project order also are expected through technology securement based on this plan.
 Keywords
BIM;Decommissioning;Nuclear Power Plant;OBS;Quantity Take-off;
 Language
Korean
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