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Title: Building information modelling (BIM)
Authors: Conradie, D
Keywords: Building information modelling
Building product model
Green building handbook of South Africa
3D models
Issue Date: Feb-2009
Publisher: Green Building
Citation: Conradi, D. 2009. Building information modelling (BIM). Green building handbook South Africa. Vol.1 (A guide to ecological design). pp 225-231
Abstract: The concept of a Building Information Model (BIM) also known as a Building Product Model (BPM) is nothing new. A short article on BIM will never cover the entire filed, because it is a particularly complex filed that is recently beginning to receive a lot of attention. The idealistic goal of a BIM has been to provide a single building model capable of being used throughout the process (Howard et al., 2007). This chapter provides the definition of BIM, differences between 3D models and BIM and its potentials
Description: Copyright: 2009 Green Building
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3364
ISBN: 9780620427241
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