The questions related to the protection of the Archaeological sites are fundamental in the research on the valorisation and conservation of the cultural heritage. The evaluation of the relations between the ruins and the natural and artificial environment (in this case generated by roofing) represents an important and, in the same time, complicated parameter that it is necessary to assume during the design of the same roofing. It is impossible to ignore the environment that can influence the conservation of the material of the archaeological element: the environment offers an essential limit to the conservation of the material of ancient structures. The aim of this research is to test the function of some BIM commercial codes useful to design and to manage the archaeological site roofings. These software codes are created to support the project to model the “life cycle” of the new constructions and they are not created to implement the data/or parameters useful for the management of the conservation of ruins, where the specific characteristics of the object does not permit the creation of a unified model of the ruin. The 3D survey models, nowadays easy to use and enriched by the necessary data (material, decay, environmental, ecc.) for the conservation project, are important instruments for the management of the cultural heritage. In this research, some BIM commercial codes are tested on a simulation of a roofing project in the archaeological ruin in Nemi to verify if it is possible their use for the energetic evaluation.

ICT per il miglioramento del processo conservativo

ACHILLE, CRISTIANA;LOMBARDINI, NORA;VALENTINI, MASSIMO
2014

Abstract

The questions related to the protection of the Archaeological sites are fundamental in the research on the valorisation and conservation of the cultural heritage. The evaluation of the relations between the ruins and the natural and artificial environment (in this case generated by roofing) represents an important and, in the same time, complicated parameter that it is necessary to assume during the design of the same roofing. It is impossible to ignore the environment that can influence the conservation of the material of the archaeological element: the environment offers an essential limit to the conservation of the material of ancient structures. The aim of this research is to test the function of some BIM commercial codes useful to design and to manage the archaeological site roofings. These software codes are created to support the project to model the “life cycle” of the new constructions and they are not created to implement the data/or parameters useful for the management of the conservation of ruins, where the specific characteristics of the object does not permit the creation of a unified model of the ruin. The 3D survey models, nowadays easy to use and enriched by the necessary data (material, decay, environmental, ecc.) for the conservation project, are important instruments for the management of the cultural heritage. In this research, some BIM commercial codes are tested on a simulation of a roofing project in the archaeological ruin in Nemi to verify if it is possible their use for the energetic evaluation.
ICT per il miglioramento del processo conservativo
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