IFC 4.3.x development

5.4.4.18 Pset_EnvironmentalImpactValues

5.4.4.18.1 Semantic definitions at the entity

The following properties capture environmental impact values of an element. They correspond to the indicators defined into Pset_EnvironmentalImpactIndicators. Environmental impact values are obtained multiplying indicator value per unit by the relevant quantity of the element.

Name Type Description
AtmosphericAcidification IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of gases responsible for the atmospheric acidification calculated in equivalent SO2.
ClimateChange IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of greenhouse gases emitted calculated in equivalent CO2.
Duration IfcPropertySingleValueThe period of time for the lease.
Eutrophication IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of eutrophicating compounds calculated in equivalent PO4.
HazardousWaste IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of hazardous waste generated.
InertWaste IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of inert waste generated .
LeadInTime IfcPropertySingleValueLead in time before start of process.
LeadOutTime IfcPropertySingleValueLead out time after end of process.
NonHazardousWaste IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of non hazardous waste generated.
NonRenewableEnergyConsumption IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of non-renewable energy used as defined in ISO21930:2007
PhotochemicalOzoneFormation IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of gases creating the photochemical ozone calculated in equivalent ethylene.
RadioactiveWaste IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of radioactive waste generated.
RenewableEnergyConsumption IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of renewable energy used as defined in ISO21930:2007
ResourceDepletion IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of resources used calculated in equivalent antimony.
StratosphericOzoneLayerDestructionIfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of gases destroying the stratospheric ozone layer calculated in equivalent CFC-R11.
TotalPrimaryEnergyConsumption IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of energy used as defined in ISO21930:2007.
WaterConsumption IfcPropertySingleValueQuantity of water used.