Bachelor Seminar (S-PST)
FAST-BHB012Acad. year: 2020/2021
The content of the course is focused on the final, bachelor work of the students. Throughout the course the students will have to create a part of building design documentation for construction purposes. This documentation is to comply the building design documentation decree, particularly parts A, B, C, D, whereas in case of part D the attention should be on points D.1.1 and D.1.3. The documentation should be created for the building assigned individually to the student by the supervisor. It is to handle about a bigger family residence, or a family residence with a complicated disposition or with complicated foundation possibilities. As well it might handle about a family residence with an administrative space or a residential building. Nonetheless the building of choice must have a full or a partial basement. While working on the building design documentation students are bound to think about structural solution, energy saving and thermal protection, building acoustics and daylighting, fire safety, and many more aspects related to building design. Students are to apply the knowledge they obtained by attending the university to their fullest. The outputs of the course as expected to be finished in a CAD software. By successfully passing the course the students will be able to work individually just as much than in groups, and will be prepared for engineering practice and Master level studies.
Institute of Building Structures (PST)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Student must handle the aim of the course. This aim is to be in contact with the technical field professionals and acquired knowledges and use them for work on the final report.
It is assumed that the student has at the beginning of the subject knowledge from BH001 Building Construction 1, BH052 Building Construction 2, BH003 Building Construction 3, BH004 Building Construction 4, BH007 Introduction to Buildings‘ Design 1, BH051 Computer Graphics, BH057 Acoustics and Daylighting and BH011 Fire Safety of Buildings and knowledge of the fundamentals of constructive geometry, structural mechanics, statics of building structures, elasticity and plasticity, soil mechanics, the design of foundations and the design of concrete, metal and wooden constructions are expected.
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Recommended or required reading
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes
Language of instruction
The aim of the course is to be in contact with the technical field professionals and acquired knowledges and use them for work on the final report.
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
Type of course unit
26 hours, compulsory
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