Course - Digital BIM Modelling - BIM1012
BIM1012 - Digital BIM Modelling
Examination arrangement: Assignment
Grade: Letter grades
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- IFC, both the conceptual model and the exchange format
- Model and rule checking in compilation tool; checking the 3D models of buildings in terms of different controls (for example completeness, collision etc.).
- Parametric design, 3D modelling using object orientation and BIM modelling in Revit or Archicad.
- Coordinate systems, selecting the origin, data capture, terrain modeling, creation and import of various BIM project data.
- Project collaboration including digital data flow and collision checking.
- Laser scanning/360-degree photogrammetry of existing buildings/facilities
- CDE software
On completing this course, students will have:
- Basic knowledge of modelling in software
- Knowledge of ICT/IFC-based information flow in the project phase/use phase in buildings and facilities, cf. ISO 19650 part 2/part 3
- How LOIN (necessary information requirement) can be linked to information requirements and how common data environment (CDE) can be used
- Good skills in the use and application of a selection of IT systems related to BIM
- Basic skills in data flow using standardized data formats between different software
- Basic skills in the understanding of digital information processing and data and information sharing
- How LOIN (necessary information requirement) is established based on the information needs of associated roles
- LOIN used in practical work execution in the context of CDE
- Basic skills in the organisation and digitization of buildings and construction activities, including building information modeling (BIM)
- Insight and competence in the organisation and creation of practical models, with regard to object-oriented and/or layer-based principles
Learning methods and activities
Combination of lectures, meetings, web meetings, self-study and guidance for carrying out project work.
Compulsory activities: Agreed times for physical gatherings, as well as three compulsory tasks that must all be approved.
Compulsory tasks: applications of selected software among the following selected BIM software:
1. Collision and rule checking (Solibri)
2nd and 3rd (2 out of 3 directions are chosen):
- Project planning
- Reconstruction use phase
- Obl.arbeidskrav: Kollisjon og regelsjekking
- Obl.arbeidskrav: Kravstilling
- Obl.arbeidskrav: 3D modellering
Further on evaluation
Three compulsory assignments, all of which must be graded as passing. Then, a project assignment is evaluated based on learning outcomes from the mandatory tasks. Grades are determined based on the project assignment.
Additional information on continuation:
By agreement with the course supervisor.
Admission to a programme of study is required:
Building SMART - Intelligent Modelling (ÅRBIM)
Recommended previous knowledge
BIM1001 Basic Intelligent Modelling
BIM1002 BIM Basic
- Software Manuals (updated regularly online or as built-in system help files)
- Research reports
- Lecture notes and videos
Credits: 20.0 SP
Study level: Foundation courses, level I
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: AUTUMN 2023
Term no.: 2
Teaching semester: SPRING 2024
Language of instruction: Norwegian
- Building and construction technology
Examination arrangement: Assignment
- Term Status code Evaluation Weighting Examination aids Date Time Examination system Room *
- Spring ORD Assignment 100/100 A INSPERA
Room Building Number of candidates
- * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date. If more than one room is listed, you will find your room at Studentweb.
For more information regarding registration for examination and examination procedures, see "Innsida - Exams"