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Development of Pre-Specification for BIM-based Automated Building Code Checking

BIM 기반 건축법규 자동검토를 위한 사전정의서 개발

  • Received : 2015.11.02
  • Accepted : 2015.12.21
  • Published : 2016.03.01

Abstract

Building Information Modeling (BIM) has been adopted in variety domain of construction industry. In this circumstances, interest of BIM model quality has been increased. In many countries, automated building code checking system by Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) has been developed and studied to use web based building permission systems. IFC is international standard of BIM format. However, the data structure of IFC does not include all of objects and properties about national building codes. In this paper, we developed the information specification between IFC data structure and national building code to increase interoperability. First, we drew the criteria from literature review to analyze the building code. And then, we analyzed building code and sorted objects and properties for automated building code checking. After that we made mapping table between the sorted data and IFC specification. Using the mapping table, we developed pre-specification about building codes information that does not exist in IFC specification. And the defined information can be used to develop the BIM modeling guide and national building permission system. The pre-specification support increasing the interoperability between user and automated building code checking system. Increasing thee interoperability makes improvement accuracy and reliability about result of automated building code checking.

Keywords

Automated code checking;Building information modeling (BIM);Building code;Building permission;Model quality;Industry foundation classes (IFC);Interoperability

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : 국토교통부, 한국연구재단