E3S Web Conf.
Volume 33, 2018High-Rise Construction 2017 (HRC 2017)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||2 Engineering Systems and Building Materials|
|Published online||06 March 2018|
Feasibility study tool for semi-rigid joints design of high-rise buildings steel structures
Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, 29 Polytechnicheskaya st., St.Petersburg, 195251, Russia
2 Astrakhan State University of Civil Engineering, 414056, 18 Tatishcheva Str., Astrakhan, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
There are many ways to consider the final cost of the high-rise building structures and to define, which of their different variations are the most effective from different points of view. The research of Jaakko Haapio is conducted in Tampere University of Technology, which aims to develop a method that allows determining the manufacturing and installation costs of steel structures already at the tender phase while taking into account their details. This paper is aimed to make the analysis of the Feature-Based Costing Method for skeletal steel structures proposed by Jaakko Haapio. The most appropriate ways to improve the tool and to implement it in the Russian circumstances for high-rise building design are derived. Presented tool can be useful not only for the designers but, also, for the steel structures manufacturing organizations, which can help to utilize BIM technologies in the organization process and controlling on the factory.
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