Research on construction data association management of Urban Rail Transit Based on BIM




Rail transit, Data association, BIM, Dynamic workflow


With the continuous expansion of the scale of urban rail transit construction projects, it is difficult to improve the coordination in construction and the relevance of construction data. In order to solve the problem of data association in construction, an urban rail transit construction data association management system oriented to BIM Technology is proposed. BIM is used to build a dynamic workflow collaboration architecture to manage the data in urban rail transit construction, so as to realize construction collaborative scheduling. In the test and analysis of the system, the comprehensive ability test of the system shows that the minimum response time of the system can be reduced to 1.2 ms. At the same time, the system has ideal visualization effect and obvious practical value in practical application. Therefore, the urban rail transit construction data association management system based on BIM can show ideal results in complex construction environment, which is of great significance to China's urban construction.


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How to Cite

Liu, L., Yao, H., Huang, Y. and Song, Y. (2023) “Research on construction data association management of Urban Rail Transit Based on BIM”, Electronic Journal of Structural Engineering, 23(1), pp. 28–35. doi: 10.56748/ejse.233611.