Citation: Cong Chen, Yawei Li, Zhihua Wang, Qunzhou Yu, Chenwen Wang. Research on IFC-Based Subway Shield General Segment Information Model. Journal of Information Technologyin Civil Engineering and Architecture, 2019, 11(3): 96-103. doi: 10.16670/j.cnki.cn11-5823/tu.2019.03.16
Research on IFC-Based Subway Shield General Segment Information Model
Office of the General Chief Engineer, Wuhan Metro Group Co., Ltd., Wuhan 430070, China
Hubei Engineering Research Center for Virtual, Safe and Automated Construction, Wuhan 430074, China
School of Civil Engineering and Mechanics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan 430074, China
Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Company, Shanghai 200032, China
With the increase of traffic pressure in China, the subway has become the main mode of travel to relieve traffic pressure. At present, the construction of the subway has entered a peak period, but the quality problems of the tunnel has also come one after another. The shield method has already dominated the tunnel construction methods. In the shield tunneling, the quality of the entire life cycle of the segment directly determines the quality of the entire tunnel project. At present, the segment detection technology adopts the method of manual work, there are problems such as slow information processing and information sharing troubles. How to use information technology to realize integrated management of detection information has become a trend. Firstly, this article analyzes the inspection information at each stage of the segment. Then, based on the IFC standard model system, expansion methods and graphic representation methods, the segment detection information was expressed and extended, and a segment detection information model based on the IFC standard was established.
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