Modeling Roman Pavements Using Heritage-BIM: A Case Study in Pompeii

Salvatore Antonio Biancardo, Francesca Russo, Rosa Veropalumbo, Viktoras Vorobjovas, Gianluca Dell’Acqua

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The study of ancient stone pavements represents the necessary premise for planning and execution of treatments that considers the necessity of conservation. The approach to the integrated management of information derived through H-BIM has been applied to Via del Vesuvio, one of the main roads in the archaeological site of Pompeii in Naples, Italy. The digital terrain model was carried out using Autodesk Infraworks software. Then, using Autodesk Civil 3D and Revit software, the road was digitalized creating the 3D model that included road geometric information resulting from an on-site survey, material characteristics for each pavement layer, construction period and related construction cost information. Finally, based on the existing research works available in the literature review, using Autodesk Naviswork software, it was possible to implement in the 3D model the BIM fourth dimension, namely, the time related to the construction of Via Del Vesuvio in different eras. The interoperability between the adopted BIM authoring software was exploited. The adopted procedure can be considered a benchmark case in the technical literature of H-BIM for stone pavements, highlighting the advantages in the design field.


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4D time dimension; Heritage-Building Information Modeling (H-BIM); parametric modelling; Pompeii; stone pavements

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