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Degree program: Сivil Engineering and Architecture, Curriculum

Course: САСС-14 Building Construction 2

Faculty: Department of Building Construction and Architectural Structures

Prof. Dr. Architect Yanko Alexandrov - aleksandrov@vsu.bg

Contact hours: 30h, 30h lectures, 0h seminars

Self-study hours: 30h, 30h practical training

Assessment: written examination

Year, semester, weekly workload: Year 1, semester 2, lectures 2.0h,

ECTS - 2

Pre-fabricated walls made from strip partition panels – heavy-weight concrete, light-weight concrete, gypsum concrete etc..
Light-weight interior partition walls. Immobile pre-fabricated walls, constructed via layered assembly.
Mobile partition walls.
Wooden pre-fabricated walls.
Building elements related to walls. Chimneys – types, chimney vent pipes. Shafts and vertical channels for communication. Elevators.
Plastering and cladding. Painting. Wallpaper.
Expansion joints.
Skeleton frames.
Cast- in-situ and pre-cast skeleton frames.
Steel frames.
Flooring. General characteristics. Classification.Requirements. Wooden and metal floor structures.Reinforced concrete floor structures:
a) cast in-situ
b) precast and cast-in-situ
c) precast
Balconies, loggia balconies, bay windows, porches
Flooring surfaces – requirements. Classification.
Stairs – definition, components, requirements. Parameters and size. Wooden staircases
Construction of two-armed stairs. Cast in-situ and pre-cast reinforced concrete stairs.
Escalators and ramps. Ballustrades – requirements and materials.

Course assignments:
Pre-fabricated panel walls. Connection. Wall expansion joints.
Connection details.in skeleton frame buildings.
 Cast-in-situ and precast and monolithic floor structures.
 Pre-fabricated floor structures of elements, strip panels and big panels.
 Cast in-situ and precast reinforced concrete stairs. Wooden staircases.
Construction solutions and details.
The course project is a bungalow. Each student, provided with a set of reference and a planning scheme, has to develop the basic building elements independently, using an appropriate building technique. The building must be designed with a wooden framework.
Students have to employ at least two details of typical building elements and, if necessary, according to the assistant professor, a technological detail of the building construction technique, which is closely related to the architectural construction solution.


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