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A Study on Automated Quantity Take-off Methods of Earth Works in Road Design using 3D Design Concept
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A Study on Automated Quantity Take-off Methods of Earth Works in Road Design using 3D Design Concept
Cho, Myunhwan; Kim, Nakseok; Chae, Jae-Hyun;
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 Abstract
Recently, the interests in three-dimensional design and BIM(Building Information Modeling) are increasing in civil engineering sector and the researches about three-dimensional design and quantity take-off methods for civil engineering structures have been conducted. However, these studies are just carried out the 3D design and quantity calculation of civil structures on the road or railway such as bridges and tunnels. The study on the quantity take-off methods and the evaluation of calculated results on the earth works should be performed in more detail. Based on these backgrounds in mind, the study was conducted the three-dimensional road design and evaluated the quantity take-off results on the earth works using 3D calculation method(average end area method, prismoidal method and composit method). The calculated quantity from composit method showed about 5% error of measuring efficiency than the average end area method, and when reporting the quantity calculation of earth works, it is necessary to specify the calculation method using quantity take-off of earth works.
 Keywords
Road pavement design;3D design;Earth works;Building information modeling;Quantity take-off;
 Language
Korean
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