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Volume 9, Issue 35 (5-2021)                   Haft Hesar J Environ Stud 2021, 9(35): 115-132 | Back to browse issues page

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Behzadpor M, khakzand M. Achieving green architecture through the use of BIM (Case study: Faculty of Architecture - Urban Planning, Civil Engineering and Mechanics, Iran University of Science and Technology). Haft Hesar J Environ Stud 2021; 9 (35) :115-132
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Introduction: Building information modeling (BIM) has become widespread in developed countries, while in Iran, BIM-based software has received less attention due to some reasons. With the increase of population and the absence of a local publication, we have witnessed constructions contrary to international standards (architecture and energy), which has led to more use of fossil fuels that would increase the production of more carbon dioxide and eventually resulting in global warming. The above set of factors increases the level of damage to the environment, making the countries face energy shortage and threatens human life more than before. According to the research's issues and objectives, we can mention indigenous features of green architecture in Tehran among the present study's essential outputs.
Methodology: In the present study, library studies and data collection related to research objectives have been studied. The identification of indigenous indices of green architecture in Iran through the Delphi method with Kendall's Wa correlation coefficient in software SPSS was explained in the form of Test Statistics table, finally after modeling the building of the Faculty of Architecture-Urban Planning, Civil Engineering, and Mechanics of Iran University of Science and Technology in Autodesk Revit 2021 software, the analysis of carbon dioxide production was simulated using DesignBuilder software.
Results: The results and analyzes of the research show that the amount of carbon dioxide production in the selected building during a year is equal to 136179695.4 kg, of which 48475871.4 kg in spaces with optimal design and a significant amount of it is equivalent to 87703823.97 kg in areas without optimization of energy consumption achieved.
Conclusion: Therefore, in green building information modeling in Iran, failure to develop an indigenous guide in terms of energy consumption by the relevant authorities endangers the ecosystem, which is a global asset. Finally, to preserve the ecosystem, using the "Green Project Management" (GPM) system using PRISM methodology, a project management approach focusing on sustainable development, is proposed to reduce adverse effects of construction on the environment.
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Received: 2021/05/28 | Accepted: 2021/05/31 | Published: 2021/05/31

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