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  • IFC2x3 CV V2.0 Certification — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    here Home Certification IFC Certification 2 0 IFC2x3 CV V2 0 Certification Info Error Cookies are not enabled You must enable cookies before you can log in Login Name Password Forgot your password If you have forgotten your password we can send you a new one New user If you do not have an account here head over to the registration form This site is the 2008 2016 of buildingSMART

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  • File header — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    about the IFC header section is provided by the IFC file header implementation guide The following keywords as part of the FILE DESCRIPTION field should be supported ViewDefinition mandatory indication of the main model view definitions as CoordinationView V2 0 no other main model view definition shall be indicated optionally adding add on views to the list of model view definitions currently applicable are QuantityTakeOffAddOnView SpaceBoundary1stLevelAddOnView SpaceBoundary2ndLevelAddOnView FMHandOverAddOnView ExchangeRequirement optional adding the exchange requirement against which the content of the IFC2x3 Coordination View Version 2 0 file complies NOTE The list of included exchange requirements may include one several or all values from this list If no ExchangeRequirement is provided all is assumed i e that the IFC dataset contains support for all three exchange requirements Architecture BuildingService Structural Option optional indication of application specific export options Comment optional any additional remark NOTE the option StringEncoding has been removed from the allowed keyword see the string encoding decoding help page for instructions on how to export extended alphabet other code pages and two byte characters Examples IFC export file according to FC2x3 Coordination View Version 2 0 FILE DESCRIPTION ViewDefinition CoordinationView V2 0 2 1 IFC export file according to FC2x3 Coordination View Version 2 0 with additional 1st level space boundaries for energy analysis and including architectural model for coordination FILE DESCRIPTION ViewDefinition CoordinationView V2 0 SpaceBoundary1stLevelAddOnView ExchangeRequirement Architecture 2 1 IFC export file according to FC2x3 Coordination View Version 2 0 with additional base quantities and including structural model for coordination FILE DESCRIPTION ViewDefinition CoordinationView V2 0 QuantityTakeOffAddOnView ExchangeRequirement Structural 2 1 Specifications IFC Overview IFC Releases ifcXML Overview mvdXML Overview MVD Releases IFC4 Reference View IFC4 Design Transfer View IFC2x3 Coord View Version 2 0 File header Sub schema Concepts Question Answer Space boundary Addon View Basic

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  • Sub schema — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    0 includes the selection of applicable entities and other definition items from the full IFC2x3 TC1 schema The sub schema definition is presented in three documents Entity list table a tabular definition for each entity in the full IFC2x3 TC1 schema on whether it is included or excluded from the coordination view version 2 0 in total as well as from each identified exchange requirements of the coordination view version 2 0 EXPRESS sub schema a resulting formal definition of the coordination view sub schema as a legal and syntactical correct representation The EXPRESS sub schema is not meant to be used to generate an exchange structure for actual IFC exchange files NOTE The EXPRESS sub model is ONLY provided for reference and validation NOT for implementation EXPRESS G graphical wall paper representation a single A0 sheet with a graphical entity relationship diagram comprising the whole sub schema for the coordination view version 2 0 Document title Document Version Issue date Document link Previous Document Versions CV 2 0 Entity List for IFC2x3 V 1 6 2013 02 26 PDF V1 4 PDF V1 3 PDF CV 2 0 EXPRESS sub model for IFC2x3 V 1 3 2013 02 26 PDF V1 1 PDF V1 0 PDF CV 2 0 EXPRESS G wall paper for IFC2x3 V 1 0 2010 04 22 PDF note Excel compatibility issues have been reported when opening it in Excel 2003 or earlier use PDF as the binding document note the wall paper is formated to print on A0 paper note Version 1 3 applies to Entity List Version 1 6 note Version 1 0 applies to Entity List Version 1 3 Specifications IFC Overview IFC Releases ifcXML Overview mvdXML Overview MVD Releases IFC4 Reference View IFC4 Design Transfer View IFC2x3 Coord View Version 2

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  • Concepts — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    3 103 Beam 2011 09 05 2 0 XLSx 1 4 104 Column 2011 09 05 1 4 XLSx 1 4 105 Slab 2011 09 12 2 1 XLSx 2 0 1 3 106 Stair 2012 06 29 2 2 XLSx 1 0 107 Ramp 2012 06 29 2 2 XLSx 1 0 108 Railing 2012 02 24 2 0 XLSx 1 0 109 Curtain Wall 2012 02 28 2 0 XLSx 1 0 110 Roof 2011 04 18 2 0 XLSx 1 0 111 Building Element Proxy general 2011 07 13 2 0 XLSx 1 0 Building service elements predominately 201 Distribution Element general 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 202 Distribution Flow Element general 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 203 Distribution Control Element 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 204 Energy Conversion Device 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 205 Flow Controller 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 206 Flow Fitting 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 207 Flow Moving Device 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 208 Flow Segment 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 209 Flow Storage Device 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 210 Flow Terminal 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 211 Flow Treatment Device 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 212 Transport Element 2011 10 06 2 0 XLSx 213 Distribution Chamber Element 2012 02 24 1 0 XLSx Architectural elements predominately 301 Window 2011 08 31 2 0 XLSx 1 0 302 Door 2011 08 31 2 0 XLSx 1 0 303 Covering 2011 12 20 1 0 XLSx 304 Furnishing Element 2012 02 28 2 0 XLSx 1 0 Structural elements predominately 401 Member 2011 08 12 2 0 XLSx 1 3 402 Plate 2011 08 29 2 0 XLSx 1 0 403 Footing 2011 08 29 2 0 XLSx 1 0 404 Pile 2011 08 29 2 0 XLSx 1 0 405 Fastener 2012 02 15 1 0 XLSx 406 Mechanical Fastener 2012 02 15 1 0 XLSx 407 Discrete Accessory 2012 02 15 1 0 XLSx 408 Element Assembly 2012 02 28 1 0 XLSx 409 Reinforcing Bar 2012 02 15 1 0 XLSx 410 Reinforcing Mesh 2012 02 15 1 0 XLSx 411 Tendon 2012 02 15 1 0 XLSx 412 Tendon Anchor 2012 02 15 1 0 XLSx Project spatial structure and system elements 501 Project 2011 05 12 1 1 XLSx 502 Site 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 503 Building 2011 06 04 1 2 XLSx 1 1 504 Building Storey 2011 06 04 1 2 XLSx 1 1 505 Space 2011 09 04 2 0 XLSx 1 0 506 Group 2011 10 06 1 0 XLSx 507 System 2011 10 06 2 0 XLSx 1 0 508 Zone 2011 10 06 2 0 XLSx 1 0 509 Grid 2011 08 25 2 0 XLSx 1 0 note Excel compatibility

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  • Question & Answer — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    document Green Red and Gray The number 1 and 0 are just necessary to do set the color of the table cell automatically and to count the entities 1 means Green Entity is included in the Coordination Sub view 0 means red Entity is excluded from the Coordination Sub view Grey Entity is an abstract entity x means included empty cell means excluded in from the Coordination Sub view Question what does disallowed mean The export of the entity is will be not supported by the CAD application or the export of the entity shall not be checked and tested within the scope of the certification or the export of the entity shall be disallowed forbidden for a certified CAD application Answer the export of the entity shall be disallowed i e it is forbidden for the certified CAD application to include it in the export when exporting the CoordinationView ONLY see explanations below for ONLY Question what does required means on export does a certified application have to support ALL entities Answer The export of the entity shall be supported by the certified CAD application exporting the CoordinationView ONLY If it is not supported e g as it is out of scope for the application itself and not only for the IFC interface then this limitation has to be stated in the certification protocol published at the application center of the certification database see below for certification statement Question what does required means on import does a certified application have to support ALL entities Answer The user should assume that each coordination view file independent of its export subview is fully supported on import This means the reading application should scan and parse all entities and let the user know which entity it has imported correctly and can be used in the application but also which entities it cannot handle e g because it is out of scope of the processed supported by the application For example if the application cannot handle windows as in the case of a structural modeling application it is totally correct under the certification requirements if it parses the windows and gives the message to the user that it has ignored a certain number of windows during import It is not correct if it imports the file and silently ignores all the windows without any message to the user The limitation has to be stated in the certification protocol published at the application center of the certification database see below for certification statement Providing a proper import log is part of the certification criteria Question how should a combined coordination view file be exported i e an coordination view export file that contains both the architectural and the MEP part of a building information model or is it possible to combine them into a single view Answer It is supported by declaring the content correctly in the IFC header section by FILE DESCRIPTION ViewDefinition CoordinationView V2 0 2 1 and adding the two or

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  • Coordination View V1 Summary — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    leading to the IFC2x3 improved coordination view certification of 2010 They are provided for informational purposes download the Excel representation of the IFC2x3 Extended Coordination View link to the online documentation of the Extended Coordination View concept diagrams Specifications IFC Overview IFC Releases ifcXML Overview mvdXML Overview MVD Releases IFC4 Reference View IFC4 Design Transfer View IFC2x3 Coord View Version 2 0 Space boundary Addon View Basic FM Handover View

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  • IFC2x3 Coord. View Version 2.0 — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    here Home Specifications MVD Releases IFC2x3 Coord View Version 2 0 Info Error Cookies are not enabled You must enable cookies before you can log in Login Name Password Forgot your password If you have forgotten your password we can send you a new one New user If you do not have an account here head over to the registration form This site is the 2008 2016 of buildingSMART International

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  • IFC Dev Blog — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    of and around buildingSMART data model standards such as IFC ifcXML mvdXML and BCF It is maintained by the Model Support Group MSG of buildingSMART International We at MSG hope that you are interested in hearing about what s new how to contribute and what to expect next The MSG Blog is a place where users can find information about the standards maintained by buildingSMART International There are currently no

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