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Course Description

Degree program: Technology of construction works, Curriculum 2011

Course: ТСП-2 Materials and technologies for finishing works

Faculty: Department “Technology and Construction Management”

Lecturers:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Eng. Lachezar Hrischev - l.hrischev@abv.bg

Contact hours: 23h, 15h lectures, 8h seminars

Self-study hours: 0h,

Assessment: written examination

Year, semester, weekly workload: Year 1, semester 1, lectures 1.0h, seminars 0.5h

ECTS - 3

Materials for finishing of exterior walls - panels, curtain facades, plates, etc. Principles of choice in design and performance. Kits for exterior / interior wall covering with requirements for fire protection . Kits for exterior wall cladding for weather protection - basic methods of performance - technological operations , tools, machines and sequence of performance. Products and technology for interior and exterior cladding of walls: stone , ceramic , wood , plaster and etc. Polymer, organic and composite materials for finishing works. Solutions for leveling of floors and floor coverings. Products and systems for the protection and repair of concrete structures. Basic requirements . Relations materials / fasteners . Practical solutions. Technological sequence of processes in the implementation of repair.  

Instruction method: Lectures. Seminars.

Assessment method: Written examination.

 

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