The seismic events of recent years and the need to cope with the analysis of the damage caused by them pose a problem of a social nature as well as a more technical one. The historical organization based on synthetic but reliable tools such as Aedes (Agibilità e danno in emergenza sismica - Suitability and damage in seismic emergency) and FAST (Fabbricati per l’Agibilità Sintetica post- Terremoto - Synthetic suitability for post-earthquake buildings) sheets might not be sufficient in the future. In fact, intervening with limited elements of assessment, when the earthquake has already produced its effects, makes rescue and safety operations complicated. Knowing a building in its complexity and the interventions that have been carried out over time allows to provide competent answers based on certain evaluation ́ elements. Therefore, this contribution aims to analyse the possible relationships that can be established between the damage detection, prompt intervention and suitability sheets for ordinary buildings in post-seismic emergency and the Building Information Modelling methodology.

Safety begins with knowledge: a BIM approach for monitoring built heritage

Carla Giordano;Davide Barbato;Barbara Messina
2022

Abstract

The seismic events of recent years and the need to cope with the analysis of the damage caused by them pose a problem of a social nature as well as a more technical one. The historical organization based on synthetic but reliable tools such as Aedes (Agibilità e danno in emergenza sismica - Suitability and damage in seismic emergency) and FAST (Fabbricati per l’Agibilità Sintetica post- Terremoto - Synthetic suitability for post-earthquake buildings) sheets might not be sufficient in the future. In fact, intervening with limited elements of assessment, when the earthquake has already produced its effects, makes rescue and safety operations complicated. Knowing a building in its complexity and the interventions that have been carried out over time allows to provide competent answers based on certain evaluation ́ elements. Therefore, this contribution aims to analyse the possible relationships that can be established between the damage detection, prompt intervention and suitability sheets for ordinary buildings in post-seismic emergency and the Building Information Modelling methodology.
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