BIM AND FORECASTING DEFORMATIONS IN MONITORING STRUCTURES

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Sergej MOGIL'NY
Andrei SHOLOMICKII
Elena LAGUTINA

Abstract

BIM technologies are becoming more widely used, mainly in the design and operation of buildings and structures, and in most cases, this is enough for trouble-free operation. Nevertheless, there is a category of buildings for which the monitoring of the technical condition should be an integral part of the construction and operation. These are the so-called public large-span structures. Unfortunately, the development of BIM technology in the Russian Federation is not at such a level as to answer questions about the behaviour of objects under changing environmental conditions and reveal hidden patterns in the monitoring data. Based on the analysis of literary sources, the authors reviewed various methods for identifying hidden patterns in geodetic measurement data when monitoring buildings and structures. It is noted that modern analysis methods are based on statistical processing of measurement results and on the statistical method of forecasting. However, there are attempts to apply models that take into account the design features and the temperature regime of the object. This type includes the two proposed models, which are used to model the three-dimensional coordinates of the strain marks in the 3D model and only the elevations of the marks in the 1-Z model. The article presents the rationale for the simulated geometric elements and properties of the object. The solution of the equations of both models and the analysis of the results and parameters of the model for measurement epochs are shown. The simulation is shown on the example of a real object, which was monitored by the authors in 2015-2016. The authors believe that the monitoring of large-span structures and the search for patterns of their behaviour should be an integral part of the BIM system for such structures.


Keywords: geodetic measurement, environmental parameters, monitoring, thermal model, deformation forecast


DOI 10.35180/gse-2019-0018

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