Properties for fire engineering design in New Zealand and the IFC building product model (2003)
Type of ContentConference Contributions - Other
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Civil Engineering.
This paper examines the information needs of Fire Engineers and relates those needs to the IFC Building Product Model. It identifies what is already provided in the IFC 2x Model and how in particular it corresponds with the New Zealand Approved Document Acceptable Solution C/AS1. The paper then demonstrates how Property Set Definitions can be used to extend the scope of the IFC Model for use by Fire Engineers.
CitationSpearpoint, M.J. (2003) Properties for fire engineering design in New Zealand and the IFC building product model. Waiheke Island: CIB W78 20th International Conference, Information Technology for Construction, 23-25 Apr 2003. 333-340.
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