Course detail

Technology of constructions II

FAST-TW02Acad. year: 2018/2019

The subject is a follow-up of Technology of constructions I. and it includes the area of building processes linked with erection of constructions, inner and finishing works. The main part is focused on crafts works with high time and coordination demands. They significantly affect the function, useful value and quality of the construction. The characteristic feature of these processes is their dispersion into more than thirty crafts differing in type. They are an integral part of the construction process and require a very good coordination and control activity. This is not possible without the knowledge of their contents, technology requirements and interrelations.

Department

Institute of Technology, Mechanisation and Construction Management (TST)

Learning outcomes of the course unit

After the completion of the course the student will be able to apply the knowledge of constructional and technological principles of the erection processes and the processes of inner and finishing work on a particular building.
During the course the student will gain theoretical knowledge in the field of modeling of production processes, will apply the detailed instructions of the knowledge application in a case study, will use the directions to develop outcomes and will develop:
Technological regulation for building assembly, design a crane or autocrane, calculation of the heaviest load for assembly, load verification in a loading graph, assembly schemes,
Colour technical drawing of building site plant, with the placement of the lifting gear, and a detailed drawing of stored elements in depots,
Technological regulation for a selected partition including a design of a potential scaffolding and tools, plan scheme with the differentiated types of partitions in the building layout, details,
Technological regulation for the chosen insulation assembly including a design of possible tools, a cross-section of the insulation assembly, high-risk details,
Technological regulation for the application of the selected type of plaster, drawings – plan, section of one store with a visualization of plastering method, scaffolding placement, time plan for plastering,
Technological regulation for the selected types of floorings including a design of possible tools, high-risk detail, and a drawing – plan with floor layers in individual rooms.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of the constructional principles of a building. The subject is a follow-up of the subject Technology of constructions I.

Co-requisites

Not applicable.

Recommended optional programme components

Students can also choose from the wide range of seminars and lectures by professional constructors, field trips to production and construction sites and other events organized for students by the institute. Not obligatory.

Recommended or required reading

Mgr. Petr Lízal, CSc. a kol.: Technologie stavebních procesů pozemních staveb Hrubá spodní stavba. CERM Brno, 2003. ISBN 80-214-2536-9. (CS)
Ing. Vít Motyčka a kolektiv: Technologie staveb I, Technologie stavbních procesů, část2, Hrubá vrchní stavba. CERM Brno, 2005. ISBN 80-214-2873-2. (CS)
Ing. Radka Kantová a kolektiv autorů pracoviště TST: Průvodce předmětem TW02 a s ním související vybrané studijní opory předmětů AW51, BW02 a BW04. intranet FAST, zpřístupněné opory pro TW02, 2011. [https://intranet.fce.vutbr.cz/pedagog/predmety/opory.asp] (CS)
Ing. Radka Kantová: Technologie staveb II – průvodce předmětem TW02. intranet FAST, studijní opora, 2011.
Prof. Zapletal a kol.: Technológia stavieb, dokončovací práce II .a III.. 0.
Prof. Kočí, Ing. Kovářová: Technologie domovních instalací. 0.
Prof. Musil, Ing. Tuza: Ateliérová tvorba, stavebně technologické projekty. CERM Brno, 1992. ISBN 80-214-0335-7. (CS)
Doc. Ing. Vít Motyčka, CSc.: Věžové jeřáby v pozemním stavitelství. CERM Brno, 2007.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Teaching methods depend on the type of course unit as specified in the article 7 of BUT Rules for Studies and Examinations.The subject consists of lectures and seminars.
The seminar will offer to work on individual tasks and projects. The outcomes will be checked and discussed in a coordinated and individual consultation with the lecturer. Supplemented by educational visits, there will be chosen two real constructions, for technology of erecting work, and for selected technologies of finishing

Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes

Lecture attendance is recommended. Seminars attendance is obligatory and checked, because of the topics extension the teacher can excuse only one legitimate absence. The credit will be awarded the last week of the semester, only in exceptional cases can the teacher set an alternative date. All the submitted parts of the seminary work with a uniform layout will be put into a folder of an A4 format, the details studies will be drawn in hand.

Language of instruction

Czech

Work placements

Not applicable.

Course curriculum

1. Assembly processes. Principles of production, transportation and storing of semi-products. Assembly of buildings of reinforced concrete semi-products. Readiness of the site for assembly. Assembly procedures, cranes, optimisation of their selection. Quality requirements for assembled structures.
2. Assembly of steel structures. Production of structural elements, principles of haulage and storage. Readiness of the site for assembly, pre-assembly areas. Optimisation of assembly methods and procedures. Requirements for quality and accuracy of assembled structures.
3. Introduction into the sphere of inner and finishing processes, their analysis, demands, technology level. Sequence of individual processes, links, necessary technology breaks.
4. Principles of partitions execution – masonry, made of glass blocks and assembled of segments and skeletal. Readiness of construction, flow-charts, tests, quality control.
5. Installation processes. Establishment of inner sewage system. Water and central heating distributions. Installation of inner gas duct and air handling distributions. Systems, material options, readiness of construction, assembly processes, principles of connecting.
6. Execution of building water, heat, noise, vibration insulations and insulations against chemical impacts. Flow-charts, readiness of constructions, links, quality control, tests.
7. Assemblies of opening fillings – windows, door panels, locksmith product packing, built-in furniture panels etc. Readiness of construction, working procedures, types of anchoring. Quality requirements.
8. Building structure surface treatment – interior plasterwork and external coatings, types, flow-charts, readiness of the background, technology breaks, flatness requirements, quality inspection.
9. Technology of contact warm padding building claddings, systems, flow-charts. Background preparation, principles of execution of thin-coat reinforcement plasters. Quality conditions.
10. Execution of interior and external linings, systems, technology procedures, requirements for construction readiness. Contact and grid linings. Quality requirements, quality inspection method.
11. Establishment of ceiling soffits. Systems, readiness of the base, technology procedures. Time demand. Flatness requirements and their inspection.
12.Laying of floors and paving. Types, material options. Working procedures, requirements for technology breaks. Quality requirements and their inspection.
13. Paintings and wall, timber and steel structure coatings. Types of painting and coating materials, their classification and applicability. Requirements for the base, application method, quality inspection.
Completing of craft works, installation of fittings, fixing technology. Test and inspection reports, necessary inspections for the final building acceptance.

Aims

The goal of the subject is to teach the students to apply individual processes of carcass substructure and superstructure, installation process and finishing work in practice, and to deal with particular problems at individual examples. The subject is a follow-up of the subject Technology of constructions I. and includes introduction to building processes related to the assembly of the building constructions, and further the inner and finishing works. Main part focuses on high time and coordination demands of crafts works.

Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences

Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.

Classification of course in study plans

  • Programme N-P-C-A Master's

    branch ARS , 2. year of study, winter semester, 4 credits, compulsory
    branch ARS , 2. year of study, winter semester, 4 credits, compulsory

Type of course unit

 

Lecture

26 hours, optionally

Teacher / Lecturer

Syllabus

1. Assembly processes. Principles of production, transportation and storing of semi-products. Assembly of buildings of reinforced concrete semi-products. Readiness of the site for assembly. Assembly procedures, cranes, optimisation of their selection. Quality requirements for assembled structures.
2. Assembly of steel structures. Production of structural elements, principles of haulage and storage. Readiness of the site for assembly, pre-assembly areas. Optimisation of assembly methods and procedures. Requirements for quality and accuracy of assembled structures.
3. Introduction into the sphere of inner and finishing processes, their analysis, demands, technology level. Sequence of individual processes, links, necessary technology breaks.
4. Principles of partitions execution – masonry, made of glass blocks and assembled of segments and skeletal. Readiness of construction, flow-charts, tests, quality control.
5. Installation processes. Establishment of inner sewage system. Water and central heating distributions. Installation of inner gas duct and air handling distributions. Systems, material options, readiness of construction, assembly processes, principles of connecting.
6. Execution of building water, heat, noise, vibration insulations and insulations against chemical impacts. Flow-charts, readiness of constructions, links, quality control, tests.
7. Assemblies of opening fillings – windows, door panels, locksmith product packing, built-in furniture panels etc. Readiness of construction, working procedures, types of anchoring. Quality requirements.
8. Building structure surface treatment – interior plasterwork and external coatings, types, flow-charts, readiness of the background, technology breaks, flatness requirements, quality inspection.
9. Technology of contact warm padding building claddings, systems, flow-charts. Background preparation, principles of execution of thin-coat reinforcement plasters. Quality conditions.
10. Execution of interior and external linings, systems, technology procedures, requirements for construction readiness. Contact and grid linings. Quality requirements, quality inspection method.
11. Establishment of ceiling soffits. Systems, readiness of the base, technology procedures. Time demand. Flatness requirements and their inspection.
12.Laying of floors and paving. Types, material options. Working procedures, requirements for technology breaks. Quality requirements and their inspection.
13. Paintings and wall, timber and steel structure coatings. Types of painting and coating materials, their classification and applicability. Requirements for the base, application method, quality inspection.
Completing of craft works, installation of fittings, fixing technology. Test and inspection reports, necessary inspections for the final building acceptance.

Exercise

26 hours, compulsory

Teacher / Lecturer

Syllabus

1. Organizational instructions, Individual tasks of solved buildings as for assembly works and finishing works, outline of the link to the preceding subject Technology of constructions I. introduction to the processes of assembly works
Outcome: selection of a building for exercise practice, arrangement of the required constructional drawings, establishment of a template for the following development of Technological Regulations, calculation of the weight of the elements of the assembled building.
2. Processes of the assembly works, selection of tools
Outcome: Technological regulation for the assembly, design of a crane or autocrane, technical documentation of the machines, load verification in load tests, assembly schemas
3. Design of a site plant for an assembled building
Outcome: The drawing of the building site in colours, with the location of the lifting gear, and detailed drawing of stored elements
4. Partitions
Outcome: Technological regulation for the selected partition including the design of scaffolding and tools, plan schema with the details of the different types of partitions in the building layout, details
5. Insulation
Outcome: Technological regulation for the selected insulation assembly including a design of possible tools, cross-section of the assembly, high-risk details, especially connection or anchorage of the insulating material
6. Educational trip to a selected construction to have a chance to watch the assembly works and the process of lifting gear.
7. Check of the outcomes from the required parts, the principles of assembly of opening filling
8. Plastering – Part I.
Outcome: Technological regulation for application of a selected plater emphasizing the selection of site supply (hand or machine application), drawings: plan, section of one floor with representation of the plastering process, scaffolding placement, defining of the work progress
9. Plastering – Part II.
Outcome: progress schedule for plastering, sequenced by rooms, with a division of the first and second height of plastering, ceiling and specifying the technological breaks
10. Floors – Part I.
Outcome: Drawing – plan with marking of the types of surface layers in each room, suitable selection of material
11. Floors – Part II.
Outcome: Technological regulation for selected types of flooring including a design of possible tools, cross-section of the flooring composition, high-risk details
12. Final consultation, educational trip to a selected construction to have a look at the technology of the finishing works
13. Credit test