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Product and Process Modeling 2
Subtopic: Energy and Waste
11:00am - 11:20am
An Application of the PROV-O Vocabulary to Building Energy Performance Simulation
1University College Cork, Ireland, University College Dublin, Ireland; 2BAM Ireland; 3School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering and UCD Energy Institute, University College Dublin, Ireland
Like many technological advances, Building Energy Performance Simulation (BEPS) tools face barriers to their adaptation. Stakeholders must be able to trust results - building owners want to know how the results will benefit them, while companies require a return in investment through the use of such tools. Furthermore, engineers using such systems should be able to examine their use over time to tune their accuracy. Provenance systems seek to capture information that can be used to fulfil these goals. An application of the W3C PROV-O vocabulary and an interface to facilitate recording of typical BEPS processes is described.
External Resource: https://ec-3.org/publications/conferences/2021/paper/?id=205
11:20am - 11:40am
A CLOUD IFC-BASED BIM PLATFORM FOR BUILDING ENERGY PERFORMANCE SIMULATION
University College London, UK
The BIM Management Platform (BIM-MP) is a digital Building Information Model processing tool, responsible for handling BIM data that conform to the IFC standard. It provides an integrated data management solution for storing, versioning, enriching, updating and checking IFC data, which are created and modified by AEC practitioners.
External Resource: https://ec-3.org/publications/conferences/2021/paper/?id=177
11:40am - 12:00pm
ENABLING CIRCULAR CONSTRUCTION INFORMATION FLOWS USING DATA TEMPLATES – CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS BASED ON WASTE AUDIT ACTION
1CONSTRUCT/GEQUALTEC, Construction Institute, Faculty of Engineering, Porto University; 2Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, NTNU; 3CONSTRUCT/GEQUALTEC, Faculty of Engineering, Porto University
The Construction Industry faces challenges to achieve the key goals of Digital transformation, Sustainability, and Waste. The problem is that these have been strategically detailed mostly in separated documents. Despite common elements, the defined roadmaps use different headings, terminology and are over-focused. This leads to gaps at several levels. Connected information flows can foster alignment and bridge the gaps.
This research provides awareness and demonstrates how Circular Construction can be built on Digital Transformation, Sustainability, and Waste, using information flow conceptualizations. The approach is made from the “digital challenge” and through Data Templates as enablers for circular information in construction.
External Resource: https://ec-3.org/publications/conferences/2021/paper/?id=208
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