Installationsföreläsning Adjungerad Professor Helen Broo
Uppladdad av Mario Plos
The design determines how a civil structure, e.g a bridge, should be built to meet all the requirements set by the customer; function, aesthetics, robustness and cost as well as society's requirements for safety, load-bearing capacity and durability. In the design phase, it is sometimes forgotten how the structure is to be built, and how this can be done in rational a safe way. Today, too many non-buildable solutions are developed by designers who have no interaction with production and have lack of knowledge on limitations and possibilities in production.
There is great potential for savings in society if you can avoid/minimize time losses and futile costs as a result of redesign in the execution phase due to non-production-adapted solutions. It is a matter of gaining experience from production at an early stage in the planning of the design. With today's tools and better use of digital development, models and parameterization can be used to enable optimization with more requirements, choices, and parameters such as quantities, cost, time, CO2 equivalents, buildability and safety.