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  • Title

    INFORMATION MODELING AS MEANS OF THE BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES LIFE CYCLE MANAGING

  • Authors

    Volvach А.

  • Subject

    INFORMACION TECHNOLOGY. AUTOMATION

  • Year 2020
    Issue 2(61)
    UDC 004.94:624.03
    DOI 10.15276/opu.2.61.2020.12
    Pages 104-107
  • Abstract

    In the conditions of rapid scientific and technological progress, the technologies development pace of designing buildings and structures began to outstrip the practical application of them in the domestic market in comparison with the countries of the western world. Ukrainian building design tools have ceased to be internationally competitive. In these circumstances, it is especially important to introduce new and improve existing methods and tools for modeling buildings and structures. An important task for a modern designer is the ability to use a computer model at various stages of the building's life cycle, namely: design, construction, operation. To solve this problem, one can apply a new design method - Building Information Modeling (BIM). The purpose of this research is to explore the possibilities of using information modeling technologies for buildings as a means of their life cycle managing. The scientific and practical importance of the work stands in the possibility of introducing of information modeling technologies of buildings not only as a new design method, but also as a means of managing of the life cycle of the building at all its stages. The results of the research are based on the analysis of literary sources and practical experience of the authors. The article revealed the possibility usage of building information modeling as means of managing of the life cycle of building and structures. There is considered options and the main problems of information modeling application on different stages of buildings life cycle. In this paper, the main functions of building information modeling, which are necessary for managing of the life cycle of buildings and structures, have been analyzed and formulated. The practical importance of the results of this paper is in the presentation of the proposed functions and development prospects of building information modeling tools.

  • Keywords computer technologies, building information modeling, building life cycle
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