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Mô hình thông tin xây dựng (BIM) là một quá trình liên quan tới việc tạo và quản lý các mô tả dạng kỹ thuật số của tất cả các đặc điểm về mặt vật lý và công năng của công trình (công trình xây dựng hay sản phẩm công nghiệp). Mô hình thông tin xây dựng là tất cả hồ sơ thiết kế của công trình (often but not always in proprietary formats and containing proprietary data) nằm ở dạng dữ liệu kỹ thuật số (thay vì các bản vẽ tài liệu in ra giấy hay mô hình mô hình thực tế mô phỏng công trình), mà các hồ sơ thiết kế này có thể trao đổi kết nối trực tuyến với nhau, thông qua các phần mềm BIM, để tạo thành một mô hình thực tại ảo của công trình, qua mô hình thực tại ảo đó để hỗ trợ cho các quyết định chế tạo sản phẩm hay thi công xây dựng công trình. is a process involving the generation and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places. Building Information Models (BIMs) are files (often but not always in proprietary formats and containing proprietary data) which can be exchanged or networked to support decision-making about a place. Current BIM software is used by individuals, businesses and government agencies who plan, design, construct, operate and maintain diverse physical infrastructures, from water, wastewater, electricity, gas, refuse and communication utilities to roads, bridges and ports, from houses, apartments, schools and shops to offices, factories, warehouses and prisons, etc.

Nguồn gốc của Mô hình thông tin xây dựng (BIM)[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Khái niệm về BIM đã tồn tại từ thập kỷ 1970.[1][2] Thuật ngữ 'mô hình thông tin xây dựng' xuất hiện lần đầu năm 1992 trên tài liệu của G.A. van Nederveen và F. P. Tolman.[3] Tuy nhiên, thuật ngữ Mô hình thông tin xây dựng và Mô hình hóa thông tin xây dựng (viết tắt bởi các các chữ cái đầu của Building Information Modeling, BIM) không được sử dụng phổ biến cho đến 10 năm sau đó, khi hãng Autodesk phát hành một cuốn sách với đề tựa "Building Information Modeling".[4] Jerry Laiserin đã giúp phổ biến thuật ngữ này và đã thiết lập tiêu chuẩn cho thuật ngữ[5] nó là cái tên phổ biến cho sự 'biểu diễn mô hình' cho quá trình xây dựng công trình. Thuật ngữ này sau đó cũng được đề nghị dưới cái tên khác là "Virtual Building" (Công trình ảo) bởi Graphisoft, hay "Integrated Project Models" (Mô hình dự án tích hợp) bởi Bentley Systems, và "Building Information Modeling" (Mô hình hóa thông tin công trình) bởi Autodesk, Vectorworks nhằm tạo thuận tiện cho chuyển đổi và kiểm tra sự tương thích của thông tin trong định dạng kĩ thuật số.

Theo Laiserin[6] và nhiều người khác,[7] phương pháp công nghệ Bim dưới khái niệm Virtual Building (Công trình ảo) được thực hiện bởi ArchiCAD của hãng Graphisoft, nó được lần đầu xuất hiện trước công chúng năm 1987.

Định nghĩa[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Ủy ban Dự án Tiêu chuẩn quốc gia Hoa Kỳ về Mô hình thông tin xây dựng đã định nghĩa về BIM như sau:

Mô hình thông tin xây dựng (BIM) là một mô tả dạng kỹ thuật số của các đặc điểm về mặt vật lý và công năng của một tiện ích (công trình). Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. A BIM is a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life-cycle; defined as existing from earliest conception to demolition.[8]

Thiết kế xây dựng truyền thống từ xưa tới nay phần lớn chỉ được thể hiện bằng bản vẽ hai chiều trên giấy (tức là các: bản vẽ mặt bằng, mặt đứng, mặt cắt, chi tiết, vv.) Traditional building design was largely reliant upon two-dimensional drawings (plans, elevations, sections, etc.). Building information modeling extends this beyond 3D, augmenting the three primary spatial dimensions (width, height and depth) with time as the fourth dimension (4D) and cost as the fifth (5D), etc.[cần dẫn nguồn] BIM therefore covers more than just geometry. It also covers spatial relationships, light analysis, geographic information, and quantities and properties of building components (for example, manufacturers' details).

BIM involves representing a design as combinations of "objects" – vague and undefined, generic or product-specific, solid shapes or void-space oriented (like the shape of a room), that carry their geometry, relations and attributes. BIM design tools allow extraction of different views from a building model for drawing production and other uses. These different views are automatically consistent, being based on a single definition of each object instance.[9] BIM software also defines objects parametrically; that is, the objects are defined as parameters and relations to other objects, so that if a related object is amended, dependent ones will automatically also change.[9] Each model element can carry attributes for selecting and ordering them automatically, providing cost estimates as well as material tracking and ordering.[9]

For the professionals involved in a project, BIM enables a virtual information model to be handed from the design team (architects, landscape architects, surveyors, civil, structural and building services engineers, etc.) to the main contractor and subcontractors and then on to the owner/operator; each professional adds discipline-specific data to the single shared model. This reduces information losses that traditionally occurred when a new team takes 'ownership' of the project, and provides more extensive information to owners of complex structures.

Mô hình thông tin xây dựng (BIM) trong suốt vòng đời dự án[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Việc sử dụng mô hình thông tin xây dựng đi vượt khỏi giai đoạn thiết kế và lập kế hoạch dự án, mở rộng ra suốt vòng đời công trình, hỗ trợ cho các quá trình: quản lý chi phí xây dựng công trình, quản lý thi công xây dựng, quản lý dự ánkhai thác vận hành công trình.

Management of building information models[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Building information models span the whole concept-to-occupation time-span. To ensure efficient management of information processes throughout this span, a BIM manager (also sometimes defined as a virtual design-to-construction, VDC, project manager – VDCPM) might be appointed. The BIM manager is retained by a design build team on the client's behalf from the pre-design phase onwards to develop and to track the object-oriented BIM against predicted and measured performance objectives, supporting multi-disciplinary building information models that drive analysis, schedules, take-off and logistics.[10][11] Companies are also now considering developing BIMs in various levels of detail, since depending on the application of BIM, more or less detail is needed, and there is varying modeling effort associated with generating building information models at different levels of detail.[12]

Mô hình thông tin xây dựng (BIM) trong quản lý xây dựng[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Participants in the building process are constantly challenged to deliver successful projects despite tight budgets, limited manpower, accelerated schedules, and limited or conflicting information. The significant disciplines such as architectural, structural and MEP designs should be well coordinated, as two things can’t take place at the same place and time. Building Information Modeling aids in collision detection at the initial stage, identifying the exact location of discrepancies.

The BIM concept envisages virtual construction of a facility prior to its actual physical construction, in order to reduce uncertainty, improve safety, work out problems, and simulate and analyze potential impacts.[13] Sub-contractors from every trade can input critical information into the model before beginning construction, with opportunities to pre-fabricate or pre-assemble some systems off-site. Waste can be minimised on-site and products delivered on a just-in-time basis rather than being stock-piled on-site.[13]

Quantities and shared properties of materials can be extracted easily. Scopes of work can be isolated and defined. Systems, assemblies and sequences can be shown in a relative scale with the entire facility or group of facilities. BIM also prevents errors by enabling conflict or 'clash detection' whereby the computer model visually highlights to the team where parts of the building (e.g.: structural frame and building services pipes or ducts) may wrongly intersect.

Mô hình thông tin xây dựng (BIM) trong giai đoạn khai thác vận hành công trình[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

BIM can bridge the information loss associated with handing a project from design team, to construction team and to building owner/operator, by allowing each group to add to and reference back to all information they acquire during their period of contribution to the BIM model. This can yield benefits to the facility owner or operator.

For example, a building owner may find evidence of a leak in his building. Rather than exploring the physical building, he may turn to the model and see that a water valve is located in the suspect location. He could also have in the model the specific valve size, manufacturer, part number, and any other information ever researched in the past, pending adequate computing power. Such problems were initially addressed by Leite and Akinci when developing a vulnerability representation of facility contents and threats for supporting the identification of vulnerabilities in building emergencies.[14]

Dynamic information about the building, such as sensor measurements and control signals from the building systems, can also be incorporated within BIM to support analysis of building operation and maintenance.[15]

Phần mềm Mô hình thông tin xây dựng (BIM)[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Do tính phức tạp của việc thu thập tất cả các thông tin có liên quan khi làm việc với Mô hình thông tin xây dựng (BIM) trên mỗi dự án xây dựng, một số công ty đã phát triển phần mềm thiết kế đặc biệt để làm việc trong khuôn khổ Mô hình thông tin xây dựng của mỗi dự án. Những gói phần mềm (như các phần mềm: Autodesk Revit, ArchiCAD) khác với công cụ phần mềm thiết kế kiến trúc như AutoCAD hay VectorWorks ở chỗ: chúng cho phép việc bổ sung thêm thông tin về thời gian (tiến độ thi công), chi phí sản suất, chi tiết sản phẩm, (hay thông tin về độ bền (tuổi thọ) và thông tin về bảo trì, v.v), vào mô hình xây dựng (thực tại ảo trên máy vi tính). Due to the complexity of gathering all the relevant information when working with BIM on a building project some companies have developed software designed specifically to work in a BIM framework. These packages (e.g.: Autodesk Revit, ArchiCAD) differ from architectural drafting tools such as AutoCAD and VectorWorks by allowing the addition of further information (time, cost, manufacturers' details, sustainability and maintenance information, etc.) to the building model.

Non-proprietary or open BIM standards[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

BIM is often associated with Industry Foundation Classes (IFCs) and aecXML – data structures for representing information. IFCs have been developed by buildingSMART (the former International Alliance for Interoperability), as a neutral, non-proprietary or open standard for sharing BIM data among different software applications (some proprietary data structures have been developed by CAD vendors incorporating BIM into their software).

Poor software interoperability has long been regarded as an obstacle to industry efficiency in general and to BIM adoption in particular. In August 2004 the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) issued a report[16] which conservatively estimated that $15.8 billion was lost annually by the U.S. capital facilities industry due to inadequate interoperability arising from "the highly fragmented nature of the industry, the industry’s continued paperbased business practices, a lack of standardization, and inconsistent technology adoption among stakeholders".

An early example of a nationally approved BIM standard is the AISC (American Institute of Steel Construction)-approved CIS/2 standard, a non-proprietary standard with its roots in the UK.

There have been attempts at creating a BIM for older, pre-existing facilities. They generally reference key metrics such as the Facility Condition Index (FCI). The validity of these models will need to be monitored over time, because trying to model a building constructed in, say 1927, requires numerous assumptions about design standards, building codes, construction methods, materials, etc., and therefore is far more complex than building a BIM at time of initial design.

Sự phát triển của BIM trên thế giới[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Châu Á[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Hồng Kông[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

The Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modelling (HKIBIM) was established in 2009. The Hong Kong Housing Authority set a target of full BIM implementation in 2014/2015. BuildingSmart Hong Kong was inaugurated in Hong Kong SAR in late April 2013.[cần dẫn nguồn]

Ấn Độ[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

In India BIM is also known as VDC: virtual design and construction. India is an emerging market with an expanding construction market and huge potential for large scale residential and commercial development (because of population and economic growth). It has many qualified, trained and experienced BIM professionals who are implementing this technology in Indian construction projects and also assisting teams in the USA, Australia, UK, Middle East, Singapore and North Africa to design and deliver construction projects using BIM.[cần dẫn nguồn]

Iran[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

The Iran Building Information Modeling Association (IBIMA) shares knowledge resources to support construction engineering management decision-making. It was founded in 2012 by professional engineers from five universities in Iran, including the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Amirkabir University of Technology.[17]

Singapore[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) has announced that BIM would be introduced for architectural submission (by 2013), structural and M&E submissions (by 2014) and eventually for plan submissions of all projects with gross floor area of more than 5,000 square metres by 2015.[18]

Hàn Quốc[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Small BIM-related seminars and independent BIM effort existed in South Korea even in the 1990s. However, it was not until the late 2000s that the Korean industry paid attention to BIM. The first industry-level BIM conference was held in April, 2008, after which, BIM has been spread very rapidly. Since 2010, the Korean government has been gradually increasing the scope of BIM-mandated projects. McGraw Hill published a detailed report in 2012 on the status of BIM adoption and implementation in South Korea.[19]

Châu Âu[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

In a number of European countries, several bodies are pushing for a more integrated adoption of BIM standards, in order to improve software interoperability and cooperation among actors of the building industry.[cần dẫn nguồn]

Pháp[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

In France, examples include the FFB (Fédération Française du Bâtiment), and the French arm of buildingSMART.

Lithuania[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Lithuania is moving towards adoption of BIM infrastructure by founding a public body "Skaitmeninė statyba" (Digital Construction), which is managed by 13 associations. The initiative intends Lithuania to adopt as standard:

  • BIM (Building Information Modelling)
  • Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)
  • National Construction Classification

An annual international conference "Skaitmeninė statyba Lietuvoje" (Digital Construction in Lithuania) has been held since 2012.

Na Uy[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

In Norway BIM has been used increasingly since 2000. Several large public clients require use of BIM in open formats (IFC) in most or all of their projects. The Government Building Authority bases its processes on BIM in open formats to increase process speed and quality, and all large and several small and medium-sized contractors use BIM. National BIM development is centred around the local organisation, buildingSMART Norway which represents 25% of the Norwegian construction industry.[cần dẫn nguồn]

Switzerland[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

In Switzerland, ETH Zurich university has taught CAD and digital architecture since 1992 through Prof. Dr. Schmitt. During 2013, BIM awareness among a broader community of engineers and architects was raised due to the open competition for Basel's Felix Platter Hospital[20] where a BIM coordinator was sought. BIM has also been a subject of events by the Swiss Society for Engineers and Architects, SIA.[21]

Hà Lan[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

On 1 November 2011, the Rijksgebouwendienst, the agency within the Dutch Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment that manages government buildings, introduced the RGD BIMnorm,[22] which it updated on 1 July 2012.

Anh Quốc[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

In the UK, the Construction Project Information Committee (CPIC), responsible for providing best practice guidance on construction production information and formed by representatives of major UK industry institutions, has produced a similar definition[23] to that produced by the US National BIM Standard Project Committee. This was proposed to ensure an agreed starting point, as different interpretations of the term were hampering adoption.

In May 2011 UK Government Chief Construction Adviser Paul Morrell called for BIM adoption on UK government construction projects of £5million and over.[24] Morrell also told construction professionals to adopt BIM or be "Betamaxed out".[25] In June 2011 the UK government published its BIM strategy,[26] announcing its intention to require collaborative 3D BIM (with all project and asset information, documentation and data being electronic) on its projects by 2016. Initially, compliance will require building data to be delivered in a vendor-neutral 'COBie' format, thus overcoming the limited interoperability of BIM software suites available on the market. The UK Government BIM Task Group website gives a clear message to the whole supply chain about the government's BIM programme and requirements.[27]

National Building Specification (NBS), owned by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), publishes research into BIM adoption in the UK. There have now been four annual surveys.[28][29][30][31] The April 2014 survey of 1,000 UK construction professionals revealed that BIM adoption had increased from 13% in 2011 to 54% in 2014.

Several UK-based websites host BIM objects, including those of many construction product manufacturers.

Bắc Mỹ[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Canada[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Founded in December 2008, the Canada BIM Council[32] is a consensus- and committee-driven organization for BIM in Canada developed by business leaders to standardize the use of models in architecture, engineering and construction.

Hoa Kỳ[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

The Associated General Contractors of America and U.S. contracting firms have developed various working definitions of BIM that describe it generally as:

an object-oriented building development tool that utilizes 5-D modeling concepts, information technology and software interoperability to design, construct and operate a building project, as well as communicate its details.[cần dẫn nguồn]

Although the concept of BIM and relevant processes are being explored by contractors, architects and developers alike, the term itself has been questioned and debated[33] with alternatives including Virtual Building Environment (VBE) and virtual design and construction (VDC) also considered.

BIM is seen to be closely related to Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) where the primary motive is to bring the teams together early on in the project.[34] A full implementation of BIM also requires the project teams to collaborate from the inception stage and formulate model sharing and ownership contract documents.

The American Institute of Architects has defined BIM as "a model-based technology linked with a database of project information",[1] and this reflects the general reliance on database technology as the foundation. In the future, structured text documents such as specifications may be able to be searched and linked to regional, national, and international standards.

Anticipated future potential[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

BIM is a relatively new technology in an industry typically slow to adopt change. Yet many early adopters are confident that BIM will grow to play an even more crucial role in building documentation.

Proponents claim that BIM offers:

  1. Improved visualization
  2. Improved productivity due to easy retrieval of information
  3. Increased coordination of construction documents
  4. Embedding and linking of vital information such as vendors for specific materials, location of details and quantities required for estimation and tendering
  5. Increased speed of delivery
  6. Reduced costs

BIM also contains most of the data needed for building energy performance analysis. The building properties in BIM can be used to automatically create the input file for building energy simulation and save a significant amount of time and effort.[35] Moreover, automation of this process reduce errors and mismatches in the building energy simulation process.

Green Building XML (gbXML) is an emerging schema, a subset of the Building Information Modeling efforts, focused on green building design and operation. gbXML is used as input in several energy simulation engines.[36] With the development of modern computer technology, a large number of building energy simulation tools are available. When choosing which simulation tool to use, the user must consider the tool's accuracy and reliability, considering the building information they have at hand, which will serve as input for the tool. Yezioro, Dong and Leite[37] developed an artificial intelligence approach towards assessing building performance simulation results and found that more detailed simulation tools have the best simulation performance in terms of heating and cooling electricity consumption within 3% of mean absolute error.

Explorations are underway to pair computer network users' personal, private and public authentication choices, geographic mapping systems and evolving cloud computing security architecture models, together, to offer customers of geospatial securitization services intuitive new ways to organize their personal, private and public applications and storage. For individuals, businesses and government authorities who generate and manage building information, new ways to discover, share and work on data, within the context of particular places on earth, will be offered. David Plager, AIA, conjectures that today's web will give way to tomorrow's geo-web where data will be structured first by place (e.g. a postal address) and then by space (Personal (one user), Private (a group of users) and Public (all users)).[cần dẫn nguồn]

Xem thêm[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Tham khảo[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

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  • Hardin, Brad (2009). BIM and Construction Management: Proven Tools, Methods and Workflows. Sybex. ISBN 978-0-470-40235-1. 
  • Jernigan, Finith (2007). BIG BIM little bim. 4Site Press. ISBN 978-0-9795699-0-6. 
  • Kiziltas, Semiha; Leite, Fernanda; Akinci, Burcu; Lipman, Robert R. (2009). “Interoperable Methodologies and Techniques in CAD”. Trong Karimi, Hassan A.; Akinci, Burcu. CAD and GIS Integration. CRC. tr. 73–109. ISBN 978-1-4200-6806-1. 
  • Kymmell, Willem (2008). Building Information Modeling: Planning and Managing Construction Projects with 4D CAD and Simulations, McGraw-Hill Professional. ISBN 978-0-07-149453-3
  • Krygiel, Eddy and Nies, Brad (2008). Green BIM: Successful Sustainable Design with Building Information Modeling, Sybex. ISBN 978-0-470-23960-5
  • Lévy, François (2011). BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design, Wiley. ISBN 978-0470590898
  • Smith, Dana K. and Tardif, Michael (2009). Building Information Modeling: A Strategic Implementation Guide for Architects, Engineers, Constructors, and Real Estate Asset Managers, Wiley. ISBN 978-0-470-25003-7
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  • Weygant, Robert S. (2011) BIM Content Development: Standards, Strategies, and Best Practices, Wiley. ISBN 978-0-470-58357-9

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