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PARADIS - A process integrating tool for rapid generation and evaluation of holistic renovation scenarios. / Kamari, Aliakbar; Kirkegaard, Poul Henning; Schultz, Carl Peter Leslie.

In: Journal of Building Engineering , Vol. 34, 101944, 02.2021.

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title = "PARADIS - A process integrating tool for rapid generation and evaluation of holistic renovation scenarios",
abstract = "Recent research in building renovation seeks methods for the development of more holistic renovation scenarios that live up to a broader set of sustainability objectives and criteria, and that involve more stakeholders in the earlier stages of the design process. This paper presents a methodology for development of a Building Information Modeling (BIM) based decision support system PARADIS, which generates and evaluates optimal and holistic renovation scenarios tailored toward the renovation of dwellings in a Danish context. PARADIS supports the renovation sector with the following features: (a) optimizing the selection process of renovation alternatives, and the generation of renovation scenarios, through specific renovation typologies and constraints; (b) evaluating standard sustainability Key Performance Indicators (e.g. energy consumption, investment cost, indoor thermal comfort, etc.) over the generated renovation scenarios; and (c) visualizing the generated renovation scenarios for ease of comprehension by the designers, and for enabling discussion between expert stakeholders (i.e. engineers, contractors, facilities managers) and non-expert stakeholders (e.g. building occupants, owners, etc.). PARADIS thus supports informed decision making for optimal renovation scenario design. The first complete integrated toolchain, including a ready-to-release prototype of the PARADIS Revit plug-in, is demonstrated in this paper and empirically evaluated on a large apartment block in Denmark.",
author = "Aliakbar Kamari and Kirkegaard, {Poul Henning} and Schultz, {Carl Peter Leslie}",
year = "2021",
month = feb,
doi = "10.1016/j.jobe.2020.101944",
language = "English",
volume = "34",
journal = "Journal of Building Engineering ",
issn = "2352-7102",
publisher = "Elsevier",

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AU - Kamari, Aliakbar

AU - Kirkegaard, Poul Henning

AU - Schultz, Carl Peter Leslie

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N2 - Recent research in building renovation seeks methods for the development of more holistic renovation scenarios that live up to a broader set of sustainability objectives and criteria, and that involve more stakeholders in the earlier stages of the design process. This paper presents a methodology for development of a Building Information Modeling (BIM) based decision support system PARADIS, which generates and evaluates optimal and holistic renovation scenarios tailored toward the renovation of dwellings in a Danish context. PARADIS supports the renovation sector with the following features: (a) optimizing the selection process of renovation alternatives, and the generation of renovation scenarios, through specific renovation typologies and constraints; (b) evaluating standard sustainability Key Performance Indicators (e.g. energy consumption, investment cost, indoor thermal comfort, etc.) over the generated renovation scenarios; and (c) visualizing the generated renovation scenarios for ease of comprehension by the designers, and for enabling discussion between expert stakeholders (i.e. engineers, contractors, facilities managers) and non-expert stakeholders (e.g. building occupants, owners, etc.). PARADIS thus supports informed decision making for optimal renovation scenario design. The first complete integrated toolchain, including a ready-to-release prototype of the PARADIS Revit plug-in, is demonstrated in this paper and empirically evaluated on a large apartment block in Denmark.

AB - Recent research in building renovation seeks methods for the development of more holistic renovation scenarios that live up to a broader set of sustainability objectives and criteria, and that involve more stakeholders in the earlier stages of the design process. This paper presents a methodology for development of a Building Information Modeling (BIM) based decision support system PARADIS, which generates and evaluates optimal and holistic renovation scenarios tailored toward the renovation of dwellings in a Danish context. PARADIS supports the renovation sector with the following features: (a) optimizing the selection process of renovation alternatives, and the generation of renovation scenarios, through specific renovation typologies and constraints; (b) evaluating standard sustainability Key Performance Indicators (e.g. energy consumption, investment cost, indoor thermal comfort, etc.) over the generated renovation scenarios; and (c) visualizing the generated renovation scenarios for ease of comprehension by the designers, and for enabling discussion between expert stakeholders (i.e. engineers, contractors, facilities managers) and non-expert stakeholders (e.g. building occupants, owners, etc.). PARADIS thus supports informed decision making for optimal renovation scenario design. The first complete integrated toolchain, including a ready-to-release prototype of the PARADIS Revit plug-in, is demonstrated in this paper and empirically evaluated on a large apartment block in Denmark.

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JO - Journal of Building Engineering

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