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Building Information Modeling

Journal Article

Building Information Modeling

Building Information Modeling

Journal

This article discusses the benefits of fully integrating Building Information Modeling (BIM) and intelligent document technology into the design and construction process. BIM technology is evolving at a rapid rate, and recent developments in computer hardware and software have brought significant new tools and resources to the architectural and engineering community.

Building Information Modeling: Gaining Momentum

Journal Article

Building Information Modeling: Gaining Momentum

Building Information Modeling: Gaining Momentum

Journal

Building information modeling (BIM) is gaining considerable momentum as the technology evolves and greater interoperability occurs between disparate software systems. The rapidly emerging goals of green building/sustainable design, towards net zero-energy buildings, coupled with goals for carbon dioxide emissions reduction, requires whole building, fully integrated design and construction as a dynamic process. This article shows how BIM can provide that integration.

Seminar 22 -- Building Information Modeling in Action: Beyond Computer-Aided Design

Conference Proceeding

Seminar 22 -- Building Information Modeling in Action: Beyond Computer-Aided Design

NY-14-C027 -- Building Information Modeling: Adapting Design Across Global Markets

Conference Proceeding

NY-14-C027 -- Building Information Modeling: Adapting Design Across Global Markets

RP-1609 -- Defining the Capabilities, Needs and Current Limitations of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in Operations and Maintenance for HVAC&R

Report / Survey

RP-1609 -- Defining the Capabilities, Needs and Current Limitations of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in Operations and Maintenance for HVAC&R

Defining the Capabilities, Needs and Current Limitations of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in Operations and Maintenance for HVAC&R

Report

The primary objective of this project was to formally specify information exchange use cases based on existing ASHRAE publications, documented according to the format of ASHRAE Guideline 20: Documenting HVAC&R Work Processes and Data Exchange Requirements (ASHRAE, 2010). It is hoped that the resulting information exchange documents and other project deliverables will be used within ASHRAE to serve as practical examples of how BIM technologies can support and improve practical work processes that are performed by ASHRAE members on a daily basis. It is critical that ASHRAE members contribute their domain expertise to guide the appropriate application of BIM technologies in their professional world.

Digital Twins, Part 2: Details of Implementation

Journal

Digital twins in the built environment are digital representations of real-world infrastructure using building information modeling software. This article focuses on how to implement a digital twin, validating the results and putting those results to work.


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