The Integration of Industrialized Building System (Ibs) with Bim

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The Integration of Industrialized Building System (Ibs) with Bim

Banihashemi Namini Saeed

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2012

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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

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| ISBN-13

3659263303
| 978-3659263309

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industria de la construcción es cada vez más orientada a la tecnología. Actualmente, se basan moderna y mecanizada con base y los procesos y las herramientas basadas en software juegan un papel activo en el desarrollo de la industria de la construcción. Aunque muchos investigadores han estudiado Building Information Modeling (BIM) e industrializado Building System (IBS), pero estos temas han sido poco estudiado juntos. Por lo tanto, existe una brecha entre la integración y coordinación de IBS en BIM. Con el fin de poner en práctica el SII en BIM éxito, marcos y normas específicas debe ser determinada, desarrollado e integrado en el software BIM. En la actualidad, la industria de la construcción se carece de la información relativa a IBS predefinidos geometría y componentes, que pueden ser utilizados en BIM. Este libro es integrar el SII con BIM por la virtud de resolver y que cubre el hueco existente entre la funcionalidad y el SII BIM con el fin de aumentar la productividad y la eficiencia en el sector de la construcción.
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Construction industry is becoming increasingly technology-oriented. Currently, modern IT based, mechanized based and software-based processes and tools play an active role in developing construction industry. Although many researchers have studied Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Industrialized Building System (IBS), but these topics have been rarely studied together. Hence, there is a gap between integration and coordination of IBS into BIM. In order to implement IBS into BIM successfully, specific frameworks and standards ought to be determined, developed and embedded in BIM software. At the present time, the construction industry is lacking information concerning predefined IBS geometrics and components, which can be used in BIM. This book is to integrate IBS with BIM by the virtue of solving and covering the existing functionality gap between BIM and IBS in order to increase the productivity and efficiency in the construction industry.
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