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Distributed and interoperable simulation for comprehensive disaster response management in facilities

Title
Distributed and interoperable simulation for comprehensive disaster response management in facilities
Authors
Choi, MinjiStarbuck, RichmondLee, SeulbiHwang, SungjooLee, SangHyunPark, MoonseoLee, Hyun-Soo
Ewha Authors
황성주
Issue Date
2018
Journal Title
AUTOMATION IN CONSTRUCTION
ISSN
0926-5805JCR Link

1872-7891JCR Link
Citation
AUTOMATION IN CONSTRUCTION vol. 93, pp. 12 - 21
Keywords
Disaster responseDistributed simulationDamage predictionHigh Level ArchitectureResponseSimulation
Publisher
ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV
Indexed
SCIE; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Document Type
Article
Abstract
Disaster-related simulations can be helpful for conducting various analysis on damage evaluations and response operations in damaged facilities. However, no single simulation can solve all the functional needs for complex disaster situations due to diverse disasters, damage types, and response efforts. To address these issues, the authors have developed a distributed simulation platform for a comprehensive analysis of facility damage and response operations, which can be flexibly applied to diverse disaster situations. The High Level Architecture is adopted to synchronize different federates such as simulation models and incoming data streams within an interoperable simulation environment. The developed simulation platform includes five different disaster-related federates such as the Fire Dynamics Simulator, USGS earthquake data feeds, OpenSees structure response simulation, evacuation simulation, and restoration simulation. The accuracy of interactions among different federates was confirmed with the case simulations of a facility fire evacuation and an earthquake restoration situation. The developed platform provides a flexible and interoperable distributed simulation environment for comprehensive disaster response management of unexpected disaster situations while promoting reusability and future extendibility of existing and newly-added disaster-related simulations.
DOI
10.1016/j.autcon.2018.05.007
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