Construction Method of Cable-Stayed Bridge Based on BIM Platform

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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1146)


The modern bridge design concept is more and more advanced, the structure is more and more complex, the modeling requirements are higher and higher. The traditional bridge construction ideas and methods can not meet the needs of modern bridge construction. The emergence of BIM has provided new concepts and technologies for the construction of modern Bridges, and the benefits of informatization, industrialization and intellectualization of construction projects have been gradually highlighted. The purpose of this paper is to apply BIM technology to the life cycle management of bridge engineering, greatly reduce the work intensity of designers, analyze and guide the construction process of Bridges, improve the safety of bridge operation, and truly reflect the huge economic and social benefits brought by BIM technology to bridge engineering. The research method of this paper is to apply BIM technology to the construction, operation, maintenance and management of steel box laminated beam cable-stayed bridge based on Revit, a general BIM software. Combined with the experimental research of bridge engineering, the BIM core modeling software Revit was applied to build the three-dimensional model of bridge structure, and the collision inspection of components in the basic components of the bridge, the accurate engineering quantity statistics of bridge construction materials and the two-dimensional plane plan were conducted in combination with its built-in functions. The experimental results show that this method can demonstrate how BIM technology is applied to the design and construction stage of cable-stayed bridge project as well as the operation and maintenance management stage, which reflects the visualization, parameterization, optimization, mapping, information completeness and integration of BIM technology.


BIM technology Cable-stayed bridge design Engineering informatization 3D model 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Liaoning Jianzhu Vocational CollegeLiaoyangChina

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