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Volume 6, Issue 2 - Jun 2016
Volume 6, Issue 1 - Mar 2016
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Bim Strategy Plan through Domestic Construction Companies BIM Project Case Analysis - focused on the BIM USE of the project from 2009 to 2015 -
Jo, Yong-Hyun ; Lee, Joo-Sung ; Ham, Nam-Hyuk ; Kim, Jae-Jun ;
Journal of KIBIM, volume 6, issue 2, 2016, Pages 1~11
DOI : 10.13161/kibim.2016.6.2.001
In South Korea, there have been attempts to enhance BIM work practices in various aspects. Public Procurement Service(PPS) has recently published 'basic guidelines to improve BIM work practices in construction and facility management'. It defines roles and responsibilities of project members in their application of BIM. It also developed a set of modelling standards and guidelines for effective model creation, management and communication among BIM users. Moreover, numerous construction companies have tried to cultivate BIM specialized manpower throughout entire construction phases. However, there are still challenges faced by firms during BIM adoption. Therefore, this study aims to provide practical counsel for construction companies to help them create optimized facilities and deliver high performance by analyzing BIM-based domestic construction projects in Korea from 2009 and 2015. The study will investigate types of client, project, BIM application range, and application technology.
Building Information Modeling for Temporary Structure Planning and Safety Analysis
Kim, Kyungki ; Cho, Yong Kwon ; Park, Man-Woo ;
Journal of KIBIM, volume 6, issue 2, 2016, Pages 12~18
DOI : 10.13161/kibim.2016.6.2.012
The entire construction safety is significantly influenced by proper uses of temporary structures. However, in current practices, temporary structures are used without sufficient planning and analysis on their impact on safety. Consequently, problems in worker safety and loss of productivity are frequently caused related to temporary structures. This paper introduces an approach that uses Building Information Modeling (BIM) to automatically create temporary structures as part of construction plans and identifies potential safety hazards related to the temporary structures. In this study, the type of temporary structure is limited to scaffolding. Automation algorithms were developed and applied to (1) analyze daily construction site conditions (2) create required scaffolding objects, and (3) identify potential safety hazards related to scaffolding. A case study using a real-world construction project demonstrated that scaffolding objects were properly created based on user-input and potential safety hazards were successfully identified without human intervention.
Social Costs Estimation to Evaluate Urban Trip Activity - An application of student housing and social costs analysis for urban planning -
Shin, Dongyoun ; Song, Yu-Mi ; Kim, Sung-Ah ;
Journal of KIBIM, volume 6, issue 2, 2016, Pages 19~28
DOI : 10.13161/kibim.2016.6.2.019
Social costs analysis seeks to reveal the environmental effects of transportation policy. It delivers a sense of the effects of the public's daily travel and the costs that are or would be incurred from individual trips. Moreover, the accumulated total number of trips will uncover the effects of travel on society. This article shows the quantitative analysis of the economic outcomes of travel using social costs estimation methods. In order to support urban planning tasks, this research implemented analysis tool for social costs estimation by travel behavior. For a case study, a jave based application which can convert people's trip data into social costs is developed. the application used for simulating student-housing effects by estimating social costs changes. The analysis included the attributes, building scale and locational changes of the student housing as well as transforms of the students' trips.
Developing an Estimation Model for Safety Rating of Road Bridges Using Rule-based Classification Method
Chung, Sehwan ; Lim, Soram ; Chi, Seokho ;
Journal of KIBIM, volume 6, issue 2, 2016, Pages 29~38
DOI : 10.13161/kibim.2016.6.2.029
Road bridges are deteriorating gradually, and it is forecasted that the number of road bridges aging over 30 years will increase by more than 3 times of the current number. To maintain road bridges in a safe condition, current safety conditions of the bridges must be estimated for repair or reinforcement. However, budget and professional manpower required to perform in-depth inspections of road bridges are limited. This study proposes an estimation model for safety rating of road bridges by analyzing the data from Facility Management System (FMS) and Yearbook of Road Bridges and Tunnel. These data include basic specifications, year of completion, traffic, safety rating, and others. The distribution of safety rating was imbalanced, indicating 91% of road bridges have safety ratings of A or B. To improve classification performance, five safety ratings were integrated into two classes of G (good, A and B) and P (poor ratings under C). This rearrangement was set because facilities with ratings under C are required to be repaired or reinforced to recover their original functionality. 70% of the original data were used as training data, while the other 30% were used for validation. Data of class P in the training data were oversampled by 3 times, and Repeated Incremental Pruning to Produce Error Reduction (RIPPER) algorithm was used to develop the estimation model. The results of estimation model showed overall accuracy of 84.8%, true positive rate of 67.3%, and 29 classification rule. Year of completion was identified as the most critical factor on affecting lower safety ratings of bridges.
A Study on Prevention of Construction Opening Fall Accidents Introducing Image Processing
Hong, Sung-Moon ; Kim, Buyng-Chun ; Kwon, Tae-Whan ; Kim, Ju-Hyung ; Kim, Jae-Jun ;
Journal of KIBIM, volume 6, issue 2, 2016, Pages 39~46
DOI : 10.13161/kibim.2016.6.2.039
While institutional matters such as improvement on Basic Guidelines for Construction Safety are greatly concerned to reduce falling accidents at construction sites, there are short of studies on how to practically predict accident signs at construction sites and to preemptively prevent them. As one of existing accident prevention methods, it was attempted to build the early warning system based on standardized accident scenarios to control the situations. However, the investment cost was too high depending on the site situation, and it did not help construction workers directly since it was developed to mainly provide support operational work support to safety managers. In the long run, it would be possible to develop the augmented reality based accident prevention method from the worker perspective by extracting product information from BIM, visually rendering it along with site installation materials term and comparing it with the site situation. However, to make this method effective, the BIM model should be implemented first and the technology that can promptly process site situations should be introduced. Accordingly, it is necessary to identify risk signs through lightweight image processing to promptly respond only with currently available resources. In this study, it was intended to propose the system concept that identified potential risk factors of falling accidents by histogram equalization, which was known as the fastest image processing method presently, used visual words, which could enhance model classification by wording image records, to determine the risk factors and notified them to the work manager.
An Analysis on Design Error Issues of BIM Conversion Design Projects through Case Studies
Kim, Beom-Jun ; Ju, Hyung-Woo ; Jang, Moon-Seok ; Kim, Byeoung-Ju ; Chin, Sang-Yoon ;
Journal of KIBIM, volume 6, issue 2, 2016, Pages 47~57
DOI : 10.13161/kibim.2016.6.2.047
Recently, the introduction and spread of BIM technology has been actively promoted at the domestic level and abroad. However, the BIM adoption and diffusion rate in the whole construction industry has been slower than expected, this is because they applied to construction projects in a way that does not meet the basic objective of BIM adoption. The objective of this paper is to derive a BIM adoption strategy that can provide benefits and efficiency from the design phase, by analyzing issues related to design errors identified in two real world projects based on the 2D to BIM conversion process. Types of issues, type distribution, and degree of BIM contribution to find issues were analyzed in a quantitative way, and then a BIM adoption strategy was derived. As a result, this paper identified that there obviously exists a limit in the 2D to BIM conversion process by repeating the problems that occur in the traditional 2D design process. Therefore, the authors of this paper insist that the design firms should adopt BIM-based design processes, fully, to get financial benefits as well as to improve the design quality.