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Issue 20 (4) 2021 pp. 3-9

Viktor Moshynskyi, Roman Trach, Pavlo Striletskyi

National University of Water Management and Nature Resources, Rivne, Ukraine

Application of the building information modelling (BIM) for bridge structures

Keywords: information modelling, BIM, construction project, bridge, life cycle
Abstract:

After the concept of knowledge management had been firstly applied in construction projects, scholars began
to discuss how to manage knowledge in specific projects, taking into account problems associated with the
specifics of the construction industry. An important component of a modern knowledge management system
are systems which pay special attention to information technology (IT). The IT system is designed to search,
collect, store, classify, transfer and reuse information and knowledge and enables collaboration, knowledge
sharing and best practices. An example of the use of an IT system in construction is the introduction of
computer methods of information modelling (BIM) into practice at all stages of a construction cycle. This
article investigates basics of the concept of information modelling in construction and analyses the practical
application of this concept in the bridge construction. The advantages arising from the use of BIM at different
stages of the life cycle of the bridge object have been systematized.

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MLA Moshynskyi, Viktor, et al. "Application of the building information modelling (BIM) for bridge structures." Acta Sci.Pol. Arch. 20.4 (2021): 3-9.
APA (2021). . Acta Sci.Pol. Arch. 20 (4), 3-9
ISO 690 MOSHYNSKYI, Viktor, TRACH, Roman, STRILETSKYI, Pavlo. Application of the building information modelling (BIM) for bridge structures. Acta Sci.Pol. Arch., 2021, 20.4: 3-9.
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