Stanford CEE 215 - GSA Automation of Court Design Guide (39 pages)

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Cee 215 - Goals and Methods of Sustainable Building Projects (CEE 115)
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GSA Automation of Court Design Guide Review for BIM authoring tool support July 19 2007 Chuck Eastman Yeon Suk Jeong Jae min Lee Sherif Abdelmohsen Hugo Sheward Jin Kook Lee Georgia Tech College of Architecture Pasi Paasiala Matti Kannala Solibri GSA Automation of Court Design Guide 1 Project Motivation Current Phase Circulation validation in courthouses Circulation validation uses information from spaces walls doors elevators stairs ramps The current information in the IFC files required for the GSA BIM Guide is currently almost sufficient for doing this analysis The purpose of this meeting is to fill in the missing parts GSA Automation of Court Design Guide 2 Information generation and reporting chain BIM tool cap abilities designer BIM tool cap abilities BIM tool must support the objects and attributes needed to do the assessment BIM tool user must properly define objects relations attributes so model can be interpreted BIM tool must expert the data via IFC in regular way allowing interpretation Circulation and Security Rule Set GSA Automation of Court Design Guide Model Checking Software 3 5 BIM Criteria and IFC Entities GSA Automation of Court Design Guide 4 GSA Circulation View Requirements for IFC Modeling IFC Entity Name Description IfcSpace Spaces can be defined by not only physical wall but also virtual wall Space names should be defined on the basis of space naming conventions Please use Courthouse naming conventions Security Zone IfcSpace P set current IfcZone P set preferred Current Security zone should be one of public restricted and secure This information can be defined as property definition for each space Preferred Security zone value is identified by a zone with a Pset value spaces with that security type are assigned to that zone Circulation function IfcSpace P set Optional assignment of circulation function to spaces not predefined for this purpose Door IfcDoor There is no special requirement hardware as future need Stair IfcStair Use of



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