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BIM in Bridge and Infrastructure Design

 BIM in Bridge and Infrastructure Design

BIM in Bridge and Infrastructure Design



The book at hand is adressed to students, structural draftsmen and structural engineers who are involved in the design of structures in the course of roads and railways with a focus on Building Information Modelling (BIM). With the object-oriented 3D-Design the geometric and semantic model of the structural components becomes a fundamental part of the digital processes within BIM and the associated cooperative planning activities.

It replaces the traditional document- and drawing-based planning method. Drawings, bills of materials and quantities as well as subsequent FE-imulations are derived from the object-oriented structural components while they are associatively linked, so that changes in the model are automatically updated in those linked derivatives.

The 3D-Model can be enriched with semantic data in the following planning process so that the information can be used in further planning and execution processes to enhance planning qualities,transparency and efficiency of processes over the lifecycle of the building. Thereby a virtual building is created and used as a digital twin.

The digitally linked cooperation of all stakeholders which are involved in the project is a key challenge of today ́s and future projects. Neutral and long-term available data exchange standards are of high importance (OPEN BIM). The modeler (BIM author) is hence expected to provide his informed 3D-Model in adequate formats and selected sets, such as ifc-standards for a model-based coordination or even for “design to design” purposes.


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