Building material and Construction (Lecture-2)

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Role of Building material in construction

  • Role of materials in construction
  • Module 2 lecture content
  • LOAD TYPE
  • FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS
  • FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF BUILDINGS (Contd.)
  • FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS
  • THERMAL & VISUAL COMFORT,NOISE PRIVACY
  • THERMAL & VISUAL COMFORT, NOISE PRIVACY
  • THERMAL & VISUAL COMFORT, NOISE PRIVACY
  • THERMAL & VISUAL COMFORT, NOISE PRIVACY
  • BUILDING SERVICES
  • NEED FOR BYLAWS
  • ROLE OF MATERIAL (SAFETY)
  • ROLE OF Material (SAFETY)
  • ROLE OF MATERIAL (SAFETY)
  • ROLE OF Material (SAFETY)
  • ROLE OF MATERIAL (SAFETY)
  • ROLE OF Material (SAFETY)
  • ROLE OF MATERIAL (SAFETY)
  • ROLE OF Material (SAFETY)
  • ROLE OF MATERIAL (functional)
  • ROLE OF MATERIAL (Durability
  • ROLE OF MATERIAL (Durability & Plastic State)

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Building material :- If you recollect from our last lecture, we actually first looked into what is functional requirements of, you know we looked into what are the functions of buildings, and then we started with types of load and we nearly concluded that. We will just recapitulate a little bit of it right now. And then in today’s discussion would be talking about what are the functional requirements of buildings, and lastly we will try to find out what is the role of materials in the whole aspects of building and structure design. So, that is what would be our discussion. So, let us go back a little bit and look into what are the, what did you do in the last class. (Refer Slide Time: 02:07)
So first we did was, this is what we did. Load type, we looked into special loads. I mentioned, that temperature effects, shrinkage, moisture, hydrostatic and soil pressure, fatigue and fatigue load and also, load during construction, impact and collision, these are special loads. Then, load combinations is one thing, which one has to decide.

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Building material :-Now, just only one point I would like to mention about fatigue load again, which I mentioned in the last class. It is the repetitive load, you know, load reversal structures. So, bridges, structures like bridges, they encounter the fatigue load. So, number of cycles it can withstand, you know, the load, which, that particular load, which you can recycle for infinite number of time, that is what is called as fatigue load, right.

building material and Construction (Lecture-1)

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