In recent years, the energy retrofitting of the built heritage and the aware use of environmentally friendly products have assumed ever greater importance in the construction sector. In 2017, thanks to a regional funding, the company Fanti Legnami, active in the sector of wooden constructions in Val di Non (TN), started the Renew-Wall research program. The project involved research institutions, professionals, and experienced technicians to design a high standard prefabricated panel for energy retrofitting. The Renew-Wall solution consists of a frame modular panel composed of an internal wooden structure, different layers of insulation, and specific structural and technological details. This panel is adaptable to several building typologies and customizable with different textures and finishing surfaces. To study all aspects of the production and installation, the company has arranged a test field and two Test Cells to check the whole process and monitor the quality of the results. To efficiently communicate results and optimize the management of the whole process, from project to production and installation phases, the research team involved the Laboratory of Analysis and Modeling of Architecture Representation and Communication (LAMARC) of the University of Trento to develop a detailed parametric BIM library, a technical handbook and an informative video. In particular, the library aims to achieve effective use of internal resources in the technical office of Fanti to rapidly supply a cost estimation to potential clients, develop and test different project configurations and seamlessly communicate design data to the manufacturing plant, exploiting the possibility to import BIM data in IFC format within a 3D CAD/CAM software.

Renew-Wall: innovazione e comunicazione di un processo edilizio tra impresa, professione e ricerca / Barbini, Ambra; Bernardini, Elena; Massari, Giovanna; Roman, Oscar. - ELETTRONICO. - (2022), pp. 1025-1036. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2030 d.C. Proiezioni future per una progettazione sostenibile tenutosi a Messina nel 17-19 Novembre 2022.

Renew-Wall: innovazione e comunicazione di un processo edilizio tra impresa, professione e ricerca

Barbini, Ambra
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Bernardini, Elena;Massari, Giovanna;Roman, Oscar
2022-01-01

Abstract

In recent years, the energy retrofitting of the built heritage and the aware use of environmentally friendly products have assumed ever greater importance in the construction sector. In 2017, thanks to a regional funding, the company Fanti Legnami, active in the sector of wooden constructions in Val di Non (TN), started the Renew-Wall research program. The project involved research institutions, professionals, and experienced technicians to design a high standard prefabricated panel for energy retrofitting. The Renew-Wall solution consists of a frame modular panel composed of an internal wooden structure, different layers of insulation, and specific structural and technological details. This panel is adaptable to several building typologies and customizable with different textures and finishing surfaces. To study all aspects of the production and installation, the company has arranged a test field and two Test Cells to check the whole process and monitor the quality of the results. To efficiently communicate results and optimize the management of the whole process, from project to production and installation phases, the research team involved the Laboratory of Analysis and Modeling of Architecture Representation and Communication (LAMARC) of the University of Trento to develop a detailed parametric BIM library, a technical handbook and an informative video. In particular, the library aims to achieve effective use of internal resources in the technical office of Fanti to rapidly supply a cost estimation to potential clients, develop and test different project configurations and seamlessly communicate design data to the manufacturing plant, exploiting the possibility to import BIM data in IFC format within a 3D CAD/CAM software.
2030 d.C. Proiezioni future per una progettazione sostenibile
Roma
Gangemi Editore
978-88-492-4558-5
Barbini, Ambra; Bernardini, Elena; Massari, Giovanna; Roman, Oscar
Renew-Wall: innovazione e comunicazione di un processo edilizio tra impresa, professione e ricerca / Barbini, Ambra; Bernardini, Elena; Massari, Giovanna; Roman, Oscar. - ELETTRONICO. - (2022), pp. 1025-1036. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2030 d.C. Proiezioni future per una progettazione sostenibile tenutosi a Messina nel 17-19 Novembre 2022.
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