- Volume 19 Issue 4
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The Development Method of IFC Extension Elements using Work Breakdown Structure in River Fields
작업분류체계를 활용한 하천분야 IFC 확장 개발방안
- Won, Jisun (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology) ;
- Shin, Jaeyoung (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology) ;
- Moon, Hyoun-Seok (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology) ;
- Ju, Ki-Beom (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology)
- Received : 2018.02.07
- Accepted : 2018.04.06
- Published : 2018.04.30
As the application of BIM (Building Information Modeling) to the civil sector has become practical, and mandatory for road projects, the standardization, development of systems, etc. for the application and operation of BIM are required. In particular, it is important to develop BIM data standards for producing, sharing and managing the lifecycle data of civil facilities because they are commonly national public facilities. The BIM data standards have been developed by utilizing or extending IFC (Industry Foundation Classes), which is an international standard, but schema extensions of river facilities has not been developed thus far. This study proposes an approach to an IFC extension for river facilities using the WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) as a fundamental study for IFC-based schema extension in the river field. For this purpose, the research was carried out as follows. First, the IFC extension development method was selected to represent the river facilities by analyzing the existing IFC structure and previous research cases for the IFC extension. Second, extended elements of the river facilities were identified through an analysis of the WBS and classified according to the high-level structure of the IFC schema. Third, the classified elements were arranged based on the IFC hierarchy and the IFC schema extension for river facilities was established. Based on the suggested extension method of IFC schema, this study developed the schema by defining the element components and parts of river facilities, such as distribution flow elements and deriving their detailed types and properties.
BIM(Building Information Modeling);IFC(Industry Foundation Classes);Product Data Modeling;River Facility;WBS(Work Breakdown Structure)
Supported by : 국토교통과학기술진흥원
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