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Large Point Cloud-based Pipe Shape Reverse Engineering Automation Method
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 Title & Authors
Large Point Cloud-based Pipe Shape Reverse Engineering Automation Method
Kang, Tae-Wook; Kim, Ji-Eum;
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 Abstract
Recently, the facility extension construction and maintenance market portion has increased instead of decreased the newly facility construction. In this context, it is important to examine the reverse engineering of MEP (Mechanical Electrical and Plumbing) facilities, which have the high operation and management cost in the architecture domains. The purpose of this study was to suggest the Large Point Cloud-based Pipe Shape Reverse Engineering Method. To conduct the study, the related researches were surveyed and the reverse engineering automation method of the pipe shapes considering large point cloud was proposed. Based on the method, the prototype was developed and the results were validated. The proposed method is suitable for large data processing considering the validation results because the rendering performance standard deviation related to the 3D point cloud massive data searching was 0.004 seconds.
 Keywords
Automation;Pipe;Point Cloud;Reverse engineering;3D Image Scan;
 Language
Korean
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