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Designing a unique Digital Twin for linear infrastructures lifecycle management

Abstract : With the recent digitization of the construction industry, the management of a project, from the idea to the use phases, is now based on the Building Information Modelling System (BIM). While the use of BIM begins to show its effectiveness in building construction, it does not satisfy yet linear infrastructure domain. One of the requirements is to manage the infrastructure project data around a common information system, as defined by the Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) definition. Recent studies suggest the combined use of PLM and BIM for linear infrastructure construction projects such as roads and railways. The advent of new information technologies, such as Digital Twin, is promoting industrial digital transformation. Effective lifecycle management must now consider all phases of the project, especially Operations and Maintenance (O&M), where the use of the 3D model is no longer the digital model, but the digital duplicate of the Infrastructure. To facilitate the digital transition when projects are split into several phases, the linear infrastructure must be represented by one and only one Digital Twin during its life cycle.
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Yvan Tchana, Guillaume Ducellier, Sébastien Remy. Designing a unique Digital Twin for linear infrastructures lifecycle management. Procedia CIRP, ELSEVIER, 2019, 84, pp.545-549. ⟨10.1016/j.procir.2019.04.176⟩. ⟨hal-02290533⟩



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