Research and Application of New energy Digital System Based on BIM

Authors

  • Runbiao Liu
  • Jihong Guo
  • Enzhi Cao
  • Qichao Tang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.62051/cwawkn88

Keywords:

New energy, BIM, full life cycle

Abstract

With the continuous development of new energy technology, the installed scale of new energy is getting bigger and bigger, the market competition is becoming increasingly fierce, and the cost control of investment units, reference units and manufacturers in all aspects of new energy construction is becoming more and more strict. Promoting the application of BIM in new energy engineering projects can effectively reduce the cost in the design and construction stages, and more importantly, improve the efficiency of long-term operation of new energy power stations, and reduce capital investment. This paper focuses on the definition and development of BIM, key technologies and BIM-based new energy digital system, which manages the information model of new energy power generation projects, provides more effective and accurate management, and improves project operation efficiency.

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Published

19-03-2024

How to Cite

“Research and Application of New energy Digital System Based on BIM” (2024) Transactions on Environment, Energy and Earth Sciences, 1, pp. 6–11. doi:10.62051/cwawkn88.