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Articles | Volume XLII-5/W1
Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLII-5/W1, 527–533, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-5-W1-527-2017
Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLII-5/W1, 527–533, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-5-W1-527-2017

  16 May 2017

16 May 2017

FROM SURVEY TO FEM ANALYSIS FOR DOCUMENTATION OF BUILT HERITAGE: THE CASE STUDY OF VILLA REVEDIN-BOLASCO

A. Guarnieri1, F. Fissore1, A. Masiero1, A. Di Donna2, U. Coppa2, and A. Vettore1 A. Guarnieri et al.
  • 1CIRGEO, Interdepartment Research Center of Geomatics, University of Padua, Viale dell'Università 16, Legnaro (PD) 35020, Italy
  • 2Vesuvius Observatory, National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, Naples, Italy

Keywords: Terrestrial Laser Scanning, 3D Modeling, Solid Modeling, Cultural Heritage, Finite Element Analysis

Abstract. In the last decade advances in the fields of close-range photogrammetry, terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) and computer vision (CV) have enabled to collect different kind of information about a Cultural Heritage objects and to carry out highly accurate 3D models. Additionally, the integration between laser scanning technology and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is gaining particular interest in recent years for structural analysis of built heritage, since the increasing computational capabilities allow to manipulate large datasets. In this note we illustrate the approach adopted for surveying, 3D modeling and structural analysis of Villa Revedin-Bolasco, a magnificent historical building located in the small walled town of Castelfranco Veneto, in northern Italy. In 2012 CIRGEO was charged by the University of Padova to carry out a survey of the Villa and Park, as preliminary step for subsequent restoration works. The inner geometry of the Villa was captured with two Leica Disto D3a BT hand-held laser meters, while the outer walls of the building were surveyed with a Leica C10 and a Faro Focus 3D 120 terrestrial laser scanners. Ancillary GNSS measurements were also collected for 3D laser model georeferencing. A solid model was then generated from the laser global point cloud in Rhinoceros software, and portion of it was used for simulation in a Finite Element Analysis (FEA). In the paper we discuss in detail all the steps and challenges addressed and solutions adopted concerning the survey, solid modeling and FEA from laser scanning data of the historical complex of Villa Revedin-Bolasco.