* Sang-Kyun Woo and Kyung-Jin Kim

Korea Electric Power Research Institute

65 Munji-Ro, Yuseong-Gu

Daejeon, Korea 305-760

(*Corresponding author:

Ki-Jung Kim

CENITS Corporation Incorporated

67-5,Hongsan Bldg., Yangjae-Dong, Seocho-Gu

Seoul, Korea 137-889

Byong-Don Youn

PLANALL E&C Incorporated

Woolim Lions valley 1st, Sangdaewon-Dong, Jungwon-Gu, Sungnam-Si

Kyunggi-Do, Korea 462-121

The electric power conduit (EPC) in Korea has been constructed since 1978. Facing the challenge of safety and sustainability of the EPC, it is urgent to develop an inspection strategy and maintenance system for the structure based on the concept of life-cycle management. This paper introduces the newly developed mobile inspection and diagnostic system of the EPC. The novel aspect of this particular system is the integration of non-destructive mobile inspection techniques with BIM (Building Information Modeling) and LBS (Location-Based Service). BIM is an ideal tool and platform for developing an inspection and diagnostic system, and RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a useful tool to construct USN (Ubiquitous Sensor Network) for LBS. The goal of this research is to establish an EPC inspection and diagnostic system concept based on BIM and LBS using RFID. In this research, a BIM model of OPENTBM tunnel for EPC will be established to show the integration of 3D CAD with the inspection data. An EPC’s maintenance database, which includes the deterioration types of the structure, inspection records, and repair methods, was designed to interact with the BIM. The system will be implemented by the BIM with the related database, in which the construction geometry and all related information are stored. The proposed system was designed to utilize the inspection and diagnostic system under the USN environment using RFID in EPC directly.
Keywords: Information; Inspection; Maintenance; Data; Systems; Diagnostic systems; Safety; Management; Databases;
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