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UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE
B.ARCH. SEMESTER-I
Scheme of Teaching
L
T
P
Total
4
1
2
7
AR 102 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION & MATERIALS
Scheme of Examination
Internal
External
60
40
Total
100
Duration of Examination
4 Hrs.
Credit
5
Objectives:The Building Construction Technology Program provides a tremendous
opportunity for students to investigate their interests in Architecture.
Methodology:• Introduction to materials and construction through lectures and studio
exercises.
• Site visits to gain knowledge about construction details.
• Introduction to some basic construction methods and elements.
S.No.
CONTENTS
1.
Mud: Stabilization and use for walling and terracing Type of Bricks.
2.
Bricks: Constituents and properties of brick , manufacturing of various
types of bricks.
3.
Types of rocks, Stones – Building stones, types, properties of good
stone, natural bed, stone dressings of various types, aggregates for
concrete work.
4.
Brick Bonds – English
(a). Flemish (Single and Double) (b). Rat Trap
5.
Wall Junctions (English & Flemish bonds)
L Junction, Tee, Cross, Oblique(Laying of brick bonds/ junctions on sites)
Construction of brick jallis.
6.
Dressing, laying and bonding in Stone Masonry
(a). Random Rubble,(b). Coursed Rubble(c). Ashlar
Suggested Readings:
1. Don A. Watson, Construction Materials and Processes, McGraw Hill Co., 1972.
2. W.B.Mckay, 'Building Construction', Vol.1, 2, 3, Longmans, U.K. 1981.
3. Alanwerth, Materials, The Mitchell Pub. Co. Ltd., London, 1986.
4. R.Chudley, 'Building Construction Handbook', British Library Cataloguing in
Publication Data, London, 1990.
5. R Barry, Building Construction, East West Press, New Delhi, 1999.
General guidelines for the teacher:
• To introduce the students to primary building materials and their applications in
building construction.
• To cultivate personal observation and self learning in the students, site visits should be
conducted so as to cover the given syllabus.
• Students will observe measure, sketch and annotate what they see at site and submit a
site visit report to the teachers concerned for evaluation. This award shall form part
and parcel of the sessional work for internal assessment.
• The paper will be set by the external expert
• The answer sheets will be marked on the basis of external viva-voce
• The external experts for both the above activities will be two separate individuals.
UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE
B.ARCH. SEMESTER-III
Scheme of Teaching
L
T
P
Total
4
1
2
7
AR 202 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION & MATERIALS
Scheme of Examination
Internal
External
60
40
Total
100
Duration of Examination
4 Hrs.
Credit
5
Objectives:-:
To introduce the building materials, their properties and application in
building construction.
Methodology:• Introduction to materials and construction through lectures and studio
exercises.
• Site visits to gain knowledge about construction details.
• Introduction to some basic construction methods and elements.
S.No.
CONTENTS
1.
Study of Ferrous & Non- Ferrous metals.
2.
Joinery in Construction:- timber , steel & aluminum.
Timber Doors
Types of Doors
Design and construction details of Framed ,Ledged, Braced & Battened
Door, Flush Door, Wire mesh Door, Panelled Door.
Types of steel & aluminium doors in building construction.
3.
Timber Windows
Types of Windows in timber, Design and Construction details of
Casement, Bay, Clearstory, Corner window etc.
Types of steel & aluminium windows in building construction.
Suggested Readings:
1. Dr. S.P Bindra Arora, Text Book on Building ConstructionDon A. Watson,
Construction Materials and Processes, McGraw Hill Co., 1972.
2. W.B. Mckay, 'Building Construction', Vol.1, 2, 3 Longmans, U.K. 1981.
3. Alanwerth, Materials, The Mitchell Pub. Co. Ltd., London, 1986.
4. R. Chudley, 'Building Construction Handbook', British Library Cataloguing in
Publication Data, London, 1990.
5. R Barry, Building Construction, East West Press, New Delhi, 1999.
General guidelines for the Teacher:
• To cultivate personal observation and self–learning in the students, site visits
should be conducted so as to cover the given syllabus.
• Students will observe measure, sketch and annotate what they see at site and \
submit a site visit report to the teachers concerned for evaluation. This award shall
form part and parcel of the sessional work for internal assessment.
•The paper will be set by the external expert
•The answer sheets will be marked on the basis of external viva-voce
•The external experts for both the above activities will be two separate individuals.

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