Informes de la Construcción, Vol 65, No 530 (2013)

Expansión del modelo IFC con sensores estructurales


https://doi.org/10.3989/ic.12.043

J. Rio
Universidade do Porto, Portugal

B. Ferreira
Universidade do Porto, Portugal

J. Poças-Martins
Universidade do Porto, Portugal

Resumen


La instrumentación y monitorización de la salud estructural de edificios, SHM, es un campo creciente en la industria de la construcción. El objetivo del presente trabajo es estudiar la modelación de sistemas SHM tomados de edificios en un modelo digital BIM e la sua integración de datos. Estos modelos deben almacenarse en bases de datos con una estructura apropiada para albergar información específica relacionada con la construcción. En este trabajo se utilizó el estándar Industry Foundation Classes, IFC.
Se presenta un estudio de caso para evaluar la norma IFC como herramienta para modelar un edificio real instrumentado, así como algunos sensores estruturales e sus resultados. La inter-operatividad de lo modelo digital se ha comprobado mediante el uso de diferentes herramientas de software de modelación, visualización y análisis. Se exploran además limitaciones del modelo IFC y se proponen extensiones de las clases de sensores.

Palabras clave


Monitorización de la salud estructural; estructuras de edificios; gestión de la información; BIM; IFC

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