This research analyzes the systems of Building Information Modeling from the point of view of the disciplinary field of Drawing; after outlining the state of the art and the theoretical foundations underlying the BIM systems, the research investigates the consequences of their integration into the processes of survey, communication and management of the existing architectural heritage. Notwithstanding the potential of Historical-BIM systems, some difficulties remain and they are linked to the rigidity of modeling with digital objects that contrast with the uniqueness of the built environment, especially if of cultural interest. Through the application on the case study of a work by Michelucci, the Institute of Mineralogy and Geology in Rome, the research focuses on defining strategies and methodologies that are valid and consistent for the implementation of BIM processes in consolidated methodologies of integrated survey. In the complex transition from a numerical model of reality to a geometric and semantic-aware one, the research underscores the need to measure and explicit the reliability level of critical analysis' processes, which are inevitably subjective. In order to arrive at a synthetic numerical evaluation that can represent the level of overall coherence of the definition process of a digital object, the Level of Reliability is calculated as the result of an average of several factors with varying influence. Given the need to ensure transparency and intellectual rigor in every activity on Cultural Heritage, the intuition is to introduce and codify in BIM environment a new parameter: the Level of Reliability of the geometric translation process and of the semantic structuring of digital objects.
|Titolo:||L’integrazione dei sistemi di Building Information Modeling nei processi di conoscenza del Patrimonio Culturale. Premesse teoriche, criteri metodologici e introduzione del Level of Reliability|
|Data di discussione:||28-feb-2018|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||07a Tesi di Dottorato|