Course detail

Selected Chapters from Building Constructions 2

FAST-CH012Acad. year: 2018/2019

Methodology of designing and subsequent implementing of suitable design solutions and technological processes of PSV works, while respecting operational and layout requirements for specific types of buildings with an optimal solution details and interconnections.
Application of current requirements for economics, energy performance of buildings, noise protection and environmental protection with providing fire protection of construction, daylight and sunlight.

Department

Institute of Building Structures (PST)

Learning outcomes of the course unit

The goal of the subject is to obtain the knowledge and the latest developments in the field of civil engineering, that being in the complex of interrelationship of individual structural parts of the building and the requirements imposed upon them. This applies especially to FT works, with a link to the used material, product or element, and always with respect to its desired functional properties and building physical associations with its incorporation into other building structures with regard to trouble-free operation of buildings.
Acquiring and acceptance of conceptual work in compliance with legal requirements, standards and regulations, and respecting technological regulations of the implementation of FT works.
Acquaint the students with examples of flawless design and implementation of a real building process.

Prerequisites

The Students will use the acquired knowledge in building physics (thermal engineering, acoustics and daylighting inside buildings), fire safety of buildings and civil engineering, acquired by completing the prescribed courses in previous studies. Knowledge In the course of study the student will use of knowledge of the subject Design Detail and Modern Building Materials.

Co-requisites

Student will use in the study of knowledge from the subject Design detail and Modern building materials.

Recommended optional programme components

Not applicable.

Recommended or required reading

Not applicable.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

The course is taught through lectures and exercises. During the lectures, the students will in the form of presentations be made familiar with the requirements of applicable laws, decrees, regulations and standards in the area of design of buildings and the principles of technical regulations of manufacturers. In the course of tutorials they will prepare reports, drawings and model calculation reports and verification in the specified FT area including evaluation and description of a specific me

Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes

Credit awarding criteria include attendance, standard of elaboration of protocols, drawings and reports. The test will consist of written and oral part and the condition and is to achieve more than a half of the number of points.

Language of instruction

Czech, English

Work placements

Not applicable.

Course curriculum

1. Internal surfaces of walls and ceilings - plastering, tiling, coatings, paintings - functional, operational and hygiene requirements, dilatation
2. Skin walls - the techno-functional and acoustic (process design, implementation for the given functional requirements) to conduct distribution systems, HVAC operating technology etc.
3. Floors - functional and operational requirements (thermal-technical, acoustic, operational, fire, etc.), properties of floors and their testing, design and implementation
4. Floors - function of sub layers, materials, wear-layer, details in critical areas, dilatation
5. Ceilings - functional requirements, design principles, user requirements and design methodology (acoustics, thermal engineering, fire safety, structural analysis, hygiene)
6. Ceilings - types of ceilings (optical, acoustic, fire, etc.), materials, implementation, details
7. Doors and gates - legislative requirements, design and construction details, including links to main building operations in the range of building physics - thermal technology, acoustics, daylight and sunlight - influence of boundary conditions on the hygienic, operational and functional requirements
8. Windows - legislative requirements, design and construction details, including links to main building operations in the range of building physics - thermal technology, acoustics, daylight and sunlight - influence of boundary conditions on the hygienic, operational and functional requirements, selection of an optimal solution in the case of two mutually exclusive legislative mandatory requirements
9. Railings - functional and safety requirements, structure and method of anchoring, railing fill, handle,
10. Plumbing - requirements, materials - suitable and unsuitable combinations, design, implementation and detailed solutions - linked to the emergence of genuine thermal bridges, acoustics and vibrations (or even structural noise), optimal dilatation

Aims

Not applicable.

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-SI (N) Master's

    branch S , 2. year of study, winter semester, 5 credits, compulsory

  • Programme N-P-E-SI (N) Master's

    branch S , 2. year of study, winter semester, 5 credits, compulsory

  • Programme N-K-C-SI (N) Master's

    branch S , 2. year of study, winter semester, 5 credits, compulsory

Type of course unit

 

Lecture

26 hours, optionally

Teacher / Lecturer

Syllabus

1. Internal surfaces of walls and ceilings - plastering, tiling, coatings, paintings - functional, operational and hygiene requirements, dilatation
2. Skin walls - the techno-functional and acoustic (process design, implementation for the given functional requirements) to conduct distribution systems, HVAC operating technology etc.
3. Floors - functional and operational requirements (thermal-technical, acoustic, operational, fire, etc.), properties of floors and their testing, design and implementation
4. Floors - function of sub layers, materials, wear-layer, details in critical areas, dilatation
5. Ceilings - functional requirements, design principles, user requirements and design methodology (acoustics, thermal engineering, fire safety, structural analysis, hygiene)
6. Ceilings - types of ceilings (optical, acoustic, fire, etc.), materials, implementation, details
7. Doors and gates - legislative requirements, design and construction details, including links to main building operations in the range of building physics - thermal technology, acoustics, daylight and sunlight - influence of boundary conditions on the hygienic, operational and functional requirements
8. Windows - legislative requirements, design and construction details, including links to main building operations in the range of building physics - thermal technology, acoustics, daylight and sunlight - influence of boundary conditions on the hygienic, operational and functional requirements, selection of an optimal solution in the case of two mutually exclusive legislative mandatory requirements
9. Railings - functional and safety requirements, structure and method of anchoring, railing fill, handle,
10. Plumbing - requirements, materials - suitable and unsuitable combinations, design, implementation and detailed solutions - linked to the emergence of genuine thermal bridges, acoustics and vibrations (or even structural noise), optimal dilatation

Exercise

26 hours, compulsory

Teacher / Lecturer

Syllabus

1. Assignment of building amenities or apartment building - low energy or passive. Preparing legislative requirements and limits that must be met by a building facility, its sub-structures including finishing trades.
2. Design and selection of the appropriate type and material of plaster, tiling and coating, joint solutions in plasters and tiles - details.
3. Calculation and design of skin wall of a separating supporting wall that separates two different operational and user spaces (staircase, garage, engine and boiler room etc.). - Thermal technology, acoustics, HVAC and plumbing lines, suitable material and dimensional solutions, details of links to the supporting wall, ceiling and floor, detail of transmission of plumbing lines, electrical wiring or HVAC.
4. Design of the floor composition in the 1st floor (on the ground), ceiling between the garage and residence spaces, between the air-conditioning machine room and accommodation premises, stair landings. Verification in the field of thermal engineering, acoustics and vibrations, fire safety etc., selection of appropriate materials. Details at walls, doors, gates, stair and landing, design of electrical distribution systems and floor heating, flooring dilation solutions.
5. Calculation and design of the ceiling in terms of thermal engineering, acoustics and fire safety, selection of materials and design of suspension, detailing along the walls, ceiling penetrations for HVAC, lighting and other equipment.
6. and 7. Design of windows, doors and gates - verification and selection of the type fillings in terms of thermal engineering, acoustics, fire safety, etc. Working with noise maps of cities with a link to filling of openings. Details of filling of openings with a link to adjacent structures and compliance with legislative requirements.
8. Design of railing - structural and material solutions for indoor and outdoor railings, details of anchoring of the load-bearing party of railings and fills.
9. Design and selection of material of plumbing elements linked to fills of openings, expansion joints. Solution in the place of thermal and acoustic bridges, in the event of vibrations, including details.
10. Completion and awarding of a credit.

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