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Analysis of Awareness and Utilization of BIM in Civil Engineering  [PDF]
MyoungBae Seo, JinUk Kim
Open Journal of Applied Sciences (OJAppS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojapps.2012.24B038
Abstract: Recently, Building Information Modeling (BIM) has emerged as a hot topic in the construction industry. However, the application of civil engineering, both domestic and foreign, is minor because of the distribution in a wide area, highly liner dependence and difficulty to take advantage of the standard library.? Civil engineering requires a lot of time and financial resources compared to architectural engineering. If BIM is completely applied to civil engineering, it will be possible to manage the schedule and cost using 3D and facilitates effective communication between various stakeholders. For the application of BIM in civil engineering, we surveyed the awareness, utilization and effectiveness of BIM on the civil engineering companies. Also, we derived necessary improvements and analyzed new business areas for BIM application. The results of the study will be used as a reference of development for SOC civil engineering BIM ordering guide and related standard.
Korea’s Construction Business Informatization Overview  [PDF]
MyoungBae Seo, NamGon Kim
Open Journal of Applied Sciences (OJAppS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojapps.2012.24B004
Abstract: South Korea’s construction industry won orders worth USD 58 billion in 2011, and as such, it has achieved a remarkable growth. However, despite such an impressive quantitative growth, value-added quality growth has been very slow. Thus, the Ministry of Land, Transport and Marine Affairs (MLTM) is pushing ahead with the construction informatization initiative (Construction Continuous Acquisition & Life-cycle Support - CALS) in order to systematically manage a wide range of construction information by stage and to enhance the efficiency of construction costs. This study aims to review the country’s construction CALS to explore a construction development direction.
A Study on Spatial Distribution and Characteristics of Moving Companies  [PDF]
Dae Hyun Seo, Kabsung Kim
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2018.83022
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to propose a method of establishing demand zone in the estimation of industrial complex needs. Demand estimates of existing industrial complexes are mainly based on survey method, which leads to excessive or underestimated demand depending on the extracted samples. Therefore, it has been argued that there is a need to analyze what movements the companies actually show. In this study, based on the status of about 450,000 companies included in the Hankyung Business Yearbook, the company DB book in Korea, each company analyzed the movement and the moving area by city, and based on this, the O-D table was created. This study will empirically validate the previous demand of the enterprises and provide information related to the establishment of the demand for the industrial complex in the future, which will contribute to the estimation of the actual demand of the industrial complex.
Korea’s Construction Business Informatization Overview and Future Plans  [PDF]
Myoung Bae Seo, Nam Gon Kim
Creative Education (CE) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2012.37B003
Abstract: South Korea’s construction industry won orders worth USD 58 billion in 2011, and as such, it has achieved a remarkable growth. However, despite such an impressive quantitative growth, value-added quality growth has been very slow. Thus, the Ministry of Land, Transport and Marine Affairs (MLTM) is pushing ahead with the construction informatization initiative (Construction Continuous Acquisition & Life-cycle Support - CALS) in order to systematically manage a wide range of construction information by stage and to enhance the efficiency of construction costs. This study aims to review the country’s construction CALS to explore a construction development direction. 
Interpretable Housing for Freedom of the Body: The Next Generation of Flexible Homes  [PDF]
Kyung Wook Seo, Chang Sung Kim
Journal of Building Construction and Planning Research (JBCPR) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jbcpr.2013.13011
Abstract: If we have gone through the first generation of housing design that pursued functional optimization, ergonomics, and circulation efficiency during the last century, now we are living in the second generation where more advanced goals, such as universal design, ubiquitous design, sustainable design, and environment-friendly design, are emphasized. Although this second generation of design focuses upon the wellness of humans in accordance with environment, it still has the attitude that a more precisely designed home can guarantee a better life. What lacks in this approach is the freedom of the body; it needs to make its own choice as to how to use a space. Thus, it is suggested in this paper that what is important in designing a home is to provide alternatives in daily lives so as to make a full exploration of a given space. These alternatives can be made by offering residents an interpretable space where they can figure out space usages and routs in a constantly changing context. Two spatial devices are discussed in depths as a way to realize this interpretable house: room-to-room enfilade and ring spatial structure. By investigating some existing house plans, it is illustrated how they can guarantee the freedom of the body, and thus alternatives for the flexible domestic life.
The Architectural Expression of Space and Form Created by the Light in the Works of Alvaro Siza  [PDF]
Chang Sung Kim, Kyung Wook Seo
Journal of Building Construction and Planning Research (JBCPR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jbcpr.2014.22011
Abstract: The light is an important element which helps people perceive objects. Therefore, it is important for architects to make the light and space be in harmony with each other. In this study, we analyzed the works of Alvaro Siza with a view to understand the conceptual value of the light expressed in his works and his principles in controlling it. According to the results of the study, the Siza’s architecture is not a mere theoretical one trapped inside formality, but is a sensual and experiential one based on the locality. He was willing to use void spaces to invite the light in free-flowing plans, in order to invigorate and extend architectural spatiality to create deeper visual effect. In addition, the refined light in his works helped visitors experience the continuous forms and spaces by their own movements, while using the changes of the light to stimulate the interest of visitors and highlight the sequence of spaces.
Sequencing of the Cattle Genome Toward Finding Ways to Increase Feed Efficiency of Cattle
Woonsu Kim,Seongwon Seo
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2012.3223.3227
Abstract: Considering the continuous increase in feed cost, the greatest part of the cattle production cost and the growth of environmental concerns, improvement of feed efficiency has potentials not only for increasing profits for cattle producers but also for decreasing environmental impacts of cattle production. The recent sequencing of the cattle genome provides the first opportunity to explore the relationship between genetic and feed efficiency of cattle. This short review aims to describe recent findings from the sequencing analysis of the cattle genome and to illustrate how this new information can be applied increase feed efficiency of cattle.
Computing Hodge integrals with one lambda-class
Yon-Seo Kim
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: Any hodge integrals involving psi-classes and one lambda-class is computed as a polynomial in terms of lower-dimensional ones. Algorithm and examples are presented.
Effect of Polyacrylamide Application on Water and Nutrient Movements in Soils  [PDF]
Minyoung Kim, Inhong Song, Minkyeong Kim, Seounghee Kim, Youngjin Kim, Younghun Choi, Myungchul Seo
Journal of Agricultural Chemistry and Environment (JACEN) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jacen.2015.43008
Abstract: An understanding of nutrient movement in soil is important for developing management strategies to minimize nutrient leaching and surface movement, thus improving nutrient uptake by plants, maintaining a sustainable soil system, and even protecting groundwater quality. Polyacrylamide (PAM) is known as one of soil conditioner that functions to stabilize soil structure, increase infiltration, and reduce surface runoff. This study assesses the effects of PAM on the vertical movement of soil-water and major/minor nutrients (NO3-N, NH3-N, T-N, PO4-P, T-P, K, Ca, Mg, and Fe) in soils. Saturated hydraulic conductivity (Ksat) increases with increasing PAM concen- trations up to 10 mg·L-1 for sand and 20 mg·L-1 for a mixture of sand and clay. Decreases in the loss of soluble nutrients, particularly NH3-N, PO4-P and T-P, are observed as PAM concentrations increase. In contrast, PAM concentration has no effect on nitrate and minor nutrient levels. These results indicate that the application of PAM may be a viable method for protecting water bodies from excessive nutrients and improving nutrient availability for plants.
Flexible Pavement Analysis Considering Temperature Profile and Anisotropy Behavior in Hot Mix Ashalt Layer  [PDF]
Joonho Choi, Youngguk Seo, Sung-Hee Kim, Samuel Beadles
Open Journal of Civil Engineering (OJCE) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ojce.2011.12002
Abstract: A three Dimensional finite element model (FEM) incorporating the anisotropic properties and temperature profile of hot mix asphalt (HMA) pavement was developed to predict the structural responses of HMA pavement subject to heavy loads typically encountered in the field. In this study, ABAQUS was adopted to model the stress and strain relationships within the pavement structure. The results of the model were verified using data collected from the Korean Highway Corporation Test Road (KHCTR). The results demonstrated that both the base course and surface course layers follow the anisotropic behavior and the incorporation of the temperature profile throughout the pavement has a substantial effect on the pavement response predictions that impact pavement design. The results also showed that the anisotropy level of HMA and base material can be reduced to as low as 80% and 15% as a result of repeated loading, respectively.
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