Information Modeling Procedure to Represent a Territory Affected by Earthquake

  • Tommaso Empler
Keywords: BIM, ARIM, 3d modeling, earthquake, VPL

Abstract

ARIM (Assessment Reconstruction Information Modeling) procedure can be seen as the evolution and integration of the BIM systems used so far to monitor and document the transformations of the territory, such as HBIM, GeoBIM, LIM and SeismicBIM, representing at the same time their natural evolution for the management of prevention and reconstruction connected to natural disasters.
The application of the procedure is described on the case study of a building aggregate of Grisciano, a borough of the Municipality of Accumoli, describing the steps that constitute the part of the design/reconstruction of the BIM procedure, consisting of: cognitive framework, distinguished in ‘direct knowledge’ and ‘deferred knowledge’; processing of the data collected; framework of the ARIM procedure, which provides a sub-articulation in data acquisition and their synthesis, finally the construction of the synthetic and informed 3D model.

Published
2018-06-26
How to Cite
[1]
T. Empler, “Information Modeling Procedure to Represent a Territory Affected by Earthquake”, diségno, no. 2, pp. 147-156, Jun. 2018.
Section
Territories and Frontiers of Representation in the Evolution of the Professions