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Proceedings of the ICE, Civil Engineering

Posted on: 7 October 2014
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This latest issue of Civil Engineering (Vol.167, Issue 5), part of the Proceedings published by the Institution of Civil Engineers, brings together a series of papers that illustrate how visualisations can now be used in civil engineering. They address connected issues of our time: urban and building design, transport and flood risk. One paper combines the dynamic simulations of pedestrians with road vehicles at the New Oxford Circus junction in London, UK. The three-dimensional animations of buildings with architectural rendering, coupled to dynamic pedestrian and vehicle movements and interactions make it hard to spot the difference between the visualisations of the final design and the actual project after construction. Another paper describes the use and benefits of building information modelling (BIM) and its associated visualisations during the design and construction of the Tottenham Court Road station redevelopment project in central London.

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