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I. Kovacic, M. Honic, H. Rechberger:
"BIM-based Material Passport";
Vortrag: 13th International Conference Organization, Technology and Management in Construction (OTMC) 2017, Porec, Kroatien (eingeladen); 27.09.2017 - 30.09.2017; in: "Conference Proceedings of the 13th OTMC Conference 2017", (2017), ISBN: 978-953-8168-21-5; S. 486 - 501.



Kurzfassung englisch:
Building stocks and infrastructures represent the largest material stock of industrial economies. These total material stocks on the global scale are about as large as primary resource stocks in nature. It is of long-term importance to maintain or frequently recycle these urban stocks, and in consequence to minimize the use of primary resources and thus the dependency on imports - a strategy labelled as "Urban Mining". For a successful implementation of the urban mining strategy knowledge on material composition of buildings and upcoming material flows is needed. A Material Passport (MP) is a qualitative and quantitative knowledge base of the material composition of, and the material distribution within, a building structure.
There are multiple purposes of a life-cycle oriented MP - as design-optimization tool regarding efficient use of material and resources; as material information for an efficient endof-life demolition of structures and recycling of applied materials and finally, if applied extensively, as the informational basis for a secondary raw materials cadastre, which in return is the basis of sophisticated recycling plans.
Computational design and modelling tools such as Building Information Modelling (BIM) bear large potentials for automated compilation of MP. In this paper, a modelling method for creation of BIM-based MP simultaneously allowing resources-optimized design and life cycle analysis will be presented.
This paper presents ongoing research within funded project BIMaterial, as a central milestone towards standardized, BIM-generated building material passes, which again builds fundament for implementation of urban mining as part of circular economy strategy.

Schlagworte:
BIM, Urban Mining, Material Passport, LCA, Modelling, Circular Economy

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