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Volume 2, Issue 2 - Sep 2012
Volume 2, Issue 1 - Mar 2012
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A Study on the Evaluation Management of Public Housing Architectural Competition using BIM
Min, Byoung-Jik ; Lim, Jae-Bok ; Kim, Ju-Hyung ; Seo, Jong-Won ; Kim, Jae-Jun ;
Journal of KIBIM, volume 2, issue 2, 2012, Pages 1~9
In Korea, recently, efforts have been made to introduce BIM(Building Information Modeling) to housing complex projects. However, there have been several problems including excessive competition for building design and outcome-oriented evaluation due to a lack of clear evaluation criteria and poorly organized management process. Under this circumstance, the study surveyed opinions of project managers and conducted a pilot test to improve evaluation criteria of BIM-based design for housing complexes. The objective is to assess the level of BIM technology and its applicability, and to propose a list of reasonable evaluation criteria for better project management. First, the study examined the current condition of evaluation on the BIM-based housing complexes, and identified 15 preliminary items that might be suitable for application of BIM. Second, the study conducted a pilot test for the 15 items to determine their suitability for the level of BIM technology, clarity of the calculation process, and the extent of fulfilling information quality, and short-listed eight items for application of BIM. In particular, in the design concept stage, mostly 3D visual images and area-related items are suitable for BIM-based evaluation. Accordingly, formerly used items such as project cost, energy and environmental analysis, building structure, and facilities were deemed more relevant to the subsequent stages of basic design and its implementation.
A Study on BIM Guidelines for Model-based Infrastructure Management
Kim, Bong-Geun ; Kim, Ji-Won ; Ji, Seung-Gu ; Seo, Jong-Won ;
Journal of KIBIM, volume 2, issue 2, 2012, Pages 10~16
This study aims to investigate basic requirements for adopting the Building Information Modeling(BIM) technology to management of civil infrastructures. The state of the art on BIM guidelines developed major countries was investigated, and a common framework of the guideline contents was built in order to categorize the requirements. In addition, it was investigated that the point of view on the facility management in the BIM guidelines showed different from the traditional civil infrastructure domain. On the basis of the investigation results, this paper proposed the core requirements categorized into three respects: development of application models, standardization, modification of regulations.
ENERGY ANALYSIS UTILIZING BIM FOR ZERO NET ENERGY TEST HOME
Cho, Yong K. ;
Journal of KIBIM, volume 2, issue 2, 2012, Pages 17~26
This paper presents the results of a theoretical energy analysis of a research test bed called the Zero Net Energy Test House (ZNETH) in Omaha, Nebraska in U.S.A. The ZNETH project is being designed and built with the goal of consuming a negligible amount of energy by offsetting remaining usage after energy conservation. The theoretically consumed and generated energy levels were analyzed using energy modeling software programs. By integrating a highly graphical and intuitive analysis with a Building Information Model(BIM) of the house, this investigation introduces strategies to include sustainable materials and systems to predict energy generation with a case study of ZNETH. In addition, this paper introduces parametric analyses for better envelope design and construction material selection by analyzing simulated energy consumption with various parametric inputs, e.g., material types, location, and size. It was found that the current design of ZNETH does not meet its goal of zero net energy. Sugeestions are presented to assist ZHETH in meeting its net zero energy goal.
The Effective Process of Apartment Housing Defect Management Using Smart Device
Suh, Jung-Il ; Lee, Jae-Woong ; Lee, Jeong-Ho ; Kim, Young-Suk ;
Journal of KIBIM, volume 2, issue 2, 2012, Pages 27~36
Recently, apartment housing tends to increase 3-4% every year by economic growth and development of construction technology in domestic construction industry. According to this tendency, construction enterprises are providing high-quality and various residential space, and residents also want high-quality apartment housing without any defect. Construction company make efforts to decrease construction defects in order to satisfy all the residents, and to improve company value. However, it is impossible to have no defect in construction because construction works are combination of many different complicated process. Because of the responsibility for the defect, conflicts between construction company and residents have been occurred. This study suggests defects management method that can be used from defect register phase to defect repair phase with a function of smart-device of the high penetration rate. The effectiveness use of the suggested method might save defects maintenance time and improve resident satisfaction about construction quality.
Development of 3D Parametric Models for Modular Bridge Substructures
Kim, Dong-Wook ; Chung, Dong-Ki ; Shim, Chang-Su ;
Journal of KIBIM, volume 2, issue 2, 2012, Pages 37~45
Modular bridge construction enabling better productivity of design and construction by standardized members and robotic construction becomes an important issue in construction industry. Modular structures needs accurate information delivery between design, fabrication and construction processes. BIM (Building Information Modeling) based parametric modeling was proposed for the modular bridge substructure. Considering ranges of parameters of the modular bridge, fixed value, variables and relations were defined and these parametric models were applied to design, analysis and fabrication. Experience from development of new structures can be embedded in the 3D models, and the models provide efficient and precise knowledge delivery.