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Study on BIM Technology Application in the Whole Life Cycle of the Utility Tunnel

  • Chuanpeng HuEmail author
  • Shilang Zhang
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 127)

Abstract

Building information model (BIM) technology has made considerable development in recent years and has a tremendous impact on the development of engineering construction field. In order to improve the efficiency of design and construction of the conventional utility tunnel, by studying the problems existing in the traditional design process and construction management mode of the utility tunnel, the design and construction integrated optimization model based on BIM is established. On the other hand, in order to solve the problems such as low efficiency and management difficulties existing in the traditional maintenance mode of the utility tunnel, a smart operation and management mode based on BIM technology was established through the study on the application of BIM technology to the operation and maintenance management system of the utility tunnel. Combining the integrated optimization mode of design and construction with the smart maintenance mode, the visualization, integration, scientific and intelligent management in the whole life cycle of urban utility tunnel can realize in some degree.

Keywords

Utility tunnel BIM Maintenance Whole life cycle Integrated 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.China Energy Engineering Group Guangdong Electric Power Design Institute Co., Ltd.GuangzhouChina

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