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Author Asmi, Emira El ♦ Robert, Sylvain ♦ Zreik, Khaldoun ♦ Hilaire, Bruno
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Content type Text
Publisher IBPSA
File Format PDF
Language English
Subject Keyword Dynamic building energy simulation ♦ Building Information Modelling (BIM) ♦ BIM standardization ♦ automated transformation ♦ Model View Definition (MVD) ♦ Industry Foundation classes (IFC) models ♦ energy simulation data models ♦ SMART Information Delivery Manual (IDM) ♦ house in passive mode ♦ info ♦ spi ♦ Computer Science [cs]/Artificial Intelligence [cs.AI] ♦ Computer Science [cs]/Computer Aided Engineering ♦ Computer Science [cs]/Modeling and Simulation ♦ Engineering Sciences [physics]/Signal and Image processing
Abstract Dynamic building energy simulation is recognized as a pivotal component of design tool support, but is also considered as a complex task, requiring specific expertise. With the take up of Building Information Modelling and of the advanced Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Architecture, Construction and Engineering (AEC) area, there is a unique opportunity to unfold the full potential of energy simulation thanks to seamless, effective connection between BIM design information and energy simulation data models.In this scope, and with the aim to illustrate how BIM standardization may contribute to this challenge, this paper gives an account of a research study lead to deliver and assess a framework for automated transformation of Industry Foundation classes (IFC) models to energy simulation models. The framework includes a well-defined transformation specification process, based on the building SMART Information Delivery Manual (IDM) and Model View Definition (MVD), and a software tool for the generation of input files for the French thermal regulation simulation engine (COMETH) from IFC models. The paper describes the overall framework, outlines the implementation of a simple use case of a house in passive mode; and draws some lessons for future works.
Educational Use Research
Learning Resource Type Proceeding
Publisher Date 2015-12-07
Organization conferenceOrganizer IIIT Hyderabad
Page Count 8
Starting Page 496
Ending Page 503