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eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction ECPPM 2014

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Lingua: Inglese

CRC Press

Pubblicazione: 08/2014
Edizione: 1° edizione

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In the last two decades, the biannual ECPPM (European Conference on Product and Process Modelling) conference series has provided a unique platform for the presentation and discussion of the most recent advances with regard to the ICT (Information and Communication Technology) applications in the AEC/FM (Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Facilities Management) domains. ECPPM 2014, the 10th European Conference on Product and Process Modelling, was hosted by the Department of Building Physics and Building Ecology of the Vienna University of Technology, Austria (17-19 September 2014). This book entails a substantial number of high-quality contributions that cover a large spectrum of topics pertaining to ICT deployment instances in AEC/FM, including:- BIM (Building Information Modelling)- ICT in Civil engineering & Infrastructure- Human requirements & factors- Computational decision support- Commissioning, monitoring & occupancy- Energy & management- Ontology, data models, and IFC (Industry Foundation Classes)- Energy modelling- Thermal performance simulation- Sustainable buildings- Micro climate modelling- Model calibration- Project & construction management- Data & information management As such, eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction 2014 represents a rich and comprehensive resource for academics and professionals working in the interdisciplinary areas of information technology applications in architecture, engineering, and construction.


Preface Organization Keynote papers Introducing BIM+: An open platform for building faster and better H. Oogink Interoperability and semantics – An introduction into the past and a look at the future E.J. Neuhold A distributed and scalable approach to building monitoring R. Zach, H. Hofstätter & A. Mahdavi Fundamental aspects of BIM The perceived business value of BIM S. Vass & K.T. Gustavsson BIM-collaboration processes – from fuzziness to practical implementation K. Linhard & R. Steinmann Goal-driven method for sustainable evaluation of BIM project success level G. Lee & J.Won Development of baseline processes for sustainable and BIM building projects H.A. Tan, T. Kirmayr, P. Noisten & G. Grün Design process support for tech nology choice with innovation and risk management P. Noisten, H.A. Tan, G. Grün &T. Kirmayr BIM & construction The assessment of constructability: BIM cases M. Tauriainen, J. Puttonen, A. Saari, P. Laakso & K. Forsblom BIM on the construction site: Generating on demand, task specific drawings in the site office L.A.H.M. van Berlo & M.G. Natrop A BIM model to visualize quality risks in construction projects N. Forcada, J.M. Beca, M. Macarulla, M. Gangolells & M. Casals Reconstruction of 3D building models from 2D scanned plans-opening the path for enhanced decision support in renovation design L. Gimenez, S. Robert, F. Suard & K. Zreik BIM in planning deconstruction projects M. Galic, Z. Dolacek-Alduk, A. Cerovecki, D. Glick & M. Abramovic Automated generation of building fingerprints using a spatio-semantic query language for building information models S. Daum, A. Borrmann, C. Langenhan & F. Petzold On-site construction management framework based on a real-time building information modeling system N. Zeng, Y. Liu, X. Li & B. Xu Towards automated construction progress monitoring using BIM-based point cloud processing A. Braun, A. Borrmann, S. Tuttas & U. Stilla A graph-based prediction method for electrical wiring in old residential buildings as a part of BIM for urban mining purposes P.J. Petkova & U. Rüppel From BIM to life cycle information management in infrastructure S. van Nederveen, R.Wolfert & M. van de Ruitenbeek BIM & IFC Model view checking: automated validation for IFC building models C. Zhang, J. Beetz & M.Weise BIM/IFC software certification process by buildingSMART K. Hausknecht, T. Liebich, M.Weise, K. Linhard, R. Steimann, A. Geiger & K.-H. Häfele Interoperable data models for infrastructural artefacts – a novel IFC extension method using RDF vocabularies exemplified with quay wall structures for harbors J. Beetz,W.C. van den Braak, R. Botter, S. Zlatanova & R. de Laat Web of building data – integrating IFC with the web of data S. Törmä An approach to enhancing the connection between BIM models and building energy simulation – HVAC systems in the loop S. Robert, D. Mazza, B. Hilaire, P. Sette & B. Vinot BIM methods & applications A visual BIM query language A. Wülfing, R.Windisch & R.J. Scherer A comparison study on BIM and unconstructed knowledge at idea generation phase P.-S. Lee & S.-C. Shih Three methods for exchanging status information of building elements S. Törmä, J. Backman, M. Kiviniemi, J. Aro & J. Nissilä Effective spatial reasoning in complex 4D modelling environments V.A. Zolotov, K.A. Kazakov & V.A. Semenov BIM-based damage assessment and scheduling for post-earthquake building rehabilitation C. Georgiou, S. Christodoulou & D. Vamvatsikos Sustainable buildings Assessment of a computational design environment with embedded simulation capability E. Batueva & A. Mahdavi Virtual lego: Re-use of recurring building elements in BIM-models B. Martens & H. Peter SEMERGY: Utilizing semantic web technologies for performance-guided building design optimization U. Pont, N. Ghiassi, F. Shayeganfar, A. Mahdavi, S. Fenz, J. Heurix & A. Anjomshoaa Ecological Ballet – a design research towards environmental-reactive, adaptive architectural design B. Sommer, G. Moncayo & U. Pont Mind the gap between sustainable design and facilities management R. Valle & A. Junghans Micro climate & model calibration A case study of geometry-based automated calculation of microclimatic attributes S. Glawischnig, K. Hammerberg, M. Vuckovic, K. Kiesel & A. Mahdavi Development and evaluation of models for the computation of sky radiance and luminance distribution E. Vazifeh, M. Schuß & A. Mahdavi GIS-based simulation of solar radiation in urban environments K. Hammerberg & A. Mahdavi Combined effects of diffuse fraction and tilted surface radiation models A. Prada, A. Gasparella, G. Pernigotto & A. Mahdavi Optimization-based calibration of a school building based on short-term monitoring data P. Penna, A. Gasparella, F. Cappelletti, F. Tahmasebi & A. Mahdavi Automated simulation model calibration based on runtime building monitoring C. Tauber, F. Tahmasebi, R. Zach & A. Mahdavi Data & information management MMQL – A language for multi-model linking and filtering S. Fuchs & R.J. Scherer Flexible linking of semantic, procedural and logic models for consistent multi-scale infrastructure design J.R. Jubierre & A. Borrmann Specification of complex visualization configurations using hierarchically nested mapping rule sets H. Tauscher & R.J. Scherer Introducing a new framework for using generic Information Delivery Manuals T.F. Mondrup, N. Treldal, J. Karlshoej & F. Vestergaard Multiscale information management for sustainable districts rehabilitation: EFFESUS and FASUDIR projects A. Egusquiza, I. Prieto & A. Romero Information consistency on construction – Case study of correlation between classification systems for construction types P. Mêda & H. Sousa Civil engineering & infrastructure Graph-based concurrency control for multi-scale procedural models M. Flurl, R.-P. Mudani & E. Rank Evaluation of civil infrastructure sustainability: A Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach M. Matar, H. Osman, M. Georgy, A. Abou-Zeid & M. El-Said Infrastructure and geospatial data models; spatial links N.N. Esfahani, S. Fuchs & R.J. Scherer Interaction modeling to support collaboration in mechanized tunneling P. Manickam, F. Hegemann, C. Koch, K. Lehner & M. König An alignment meta-model for the comparison of alignment product models J. Amann, J.R. Jubierre, A. Borrmann & M. Flurl Decision support Using the Systems Modelling Language (SysML) for decision modelling for sustainable building design P. Geyer A new approach to the integration of energy assessment tools in CAD for early stage of design decision-making considering uncertainty R. Rezaee, J. Brown, G. Augenbroe & J. Kim Classification of degree of automatic processing of building permit applications E. Hjelseth A catalogue of “optimization scenarios” to enhance decision-making in establishing an efficient energy management programme A. Galata, F. Di Gennaro, G. Pedone, Y. Roderick, M. Brogan & A. Sretenovic Determination of position of elevator systems in buildings based on expertise and heuristic problem space search P.A. Markos &A.J. Dentsoras Energy & management ANN-genetic algorithm-based rule generation for holistic energy management in public buildings B. Yuce, Y. Rezgui & S.K. Howell Developing an integrated cloud platform for enabling ‘holistic energy management’ in urban areas A. Redmond, B. Fies & A. Zarli Intelligent solutions for sustainable facilities management of highly energy-efficient school buildings A. Junghans Aggregating energy supply and demand R. Drogemuller, F. Boulaire, G. Ledwich, L. Buys, M. Utting, D. Vine, P. Morris & A. Arefi Energy savings in underground metro stations through the implementation of an environmental aware control system M. Casals, M. Gangolells, N. Forcada, M. Macarulla & R. Ansuini Energy modelling Ma

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