Course Details

Technology of Building Operations 2

Academic Year 2022/23

BWA010 course is part of 1 study plan

BPC-SI Winter Semester 1st year

The subject links to the Technology of constructions I. and it includes area of building processes linked with erection of constructions, inner and finishing works. The main part is reserved for crafts works with high time and coordination demands, s.c. associated building operations (PSV). The importance of knowledge of these processes is given by the fact that they represent more than a half of the labour requirements and financial costs needed for the construction realisation in the civil engineering area. They also significantly affect the function, useful value and quality of the construction. The characteristic feature of these processes is their dispersion into more than thirty crafts differing in type. They are an integral par of the construction process and they require a very good coordination and control activity. This is not possible without knowledge of their contents, technology requirements and links.

Course Guarantor

doc. Ing. Radka Kantová, Ph.D.

Institute

Institute of Technology, Mechanisation and Construction Management

Objective

·Acquiring knowledge of selected construction processes, on requirements for their readiness before execution, balance of sources, principles of technology procedures of individual construction processes, their sequence and links, requirements for their quality, safety and environment protection in the course of their realization.

Knowledge

The students will master the objective of the Technology of Building Operations course II, i.e. they will acquire knowledge of selected building processes and their construction readiness, of the needs of the process resources, erection procedure and safety, quality and environmental requirements.

Syllabus

1. Introduction into the sphere of erection, inner and finishing processes. Sequence of individual processes, links, necessary technology breaks. Principles of partitions execution – masonry, made of glass blocks and assembled of segments and skeletal. Readiness of construction, flow-charts, tests, quality control.
2. Installation processes. Establishment of inner sewage system. Water and central heating distributions Installation of interior gas duct and electric distributions. Function ability and safety tests.Execution of building water, heat, noise, vibration insulations and insulations against chemical impacts. Flow-charts, readiness of constructions, links, quality control, tests.
3. Assembly processes. Principles of production, transportation and storing of semi-products. Assembly of buildings of reinforced concrete semi-products. Readiness of the site for assembly. Assembly procedures, cranes, optimisation of their selection. Quality requirements for assembled structures.
4. Assembly of steel structures. Production of structural elements, principles of haulage and storage. Readiness of the site for assembly, pre-assembly areas. Optimisation of assembly methods and procedures. Requirements for quality and accuracy of assembled structures.
5. Building structure surface treatment – interior plasterwork and external coatings, types, flow-charts, readiness of the background, technology breaks, flatness requirements, quality inspection.
6. Execution of interior and external linings, systems, technology procedures, requirements for construction readiness. Contact and grid linings. Quality requirements, quality inspection method. Establishment of ceiling soffits. Technology operations. Time demand. Flatness requirements and their inspection.
7. Working and protective scaffoldings. Types, division. Working procedures and assembly principles for segment, element and spatial scaffoldings. Scaffolding design, static assessment, stability and safety measures. Erection of enclosing shells and roof claddings.
8. Laying of floors and paving. Types, material options. Working procedures, requirements for technology breaks. Quality requirements and their inspection.
9. Paintings and wall, timber and steel structure coatings. Types of painting and coating materials, their classification and applicability. Requirements for the base, application method, quality inspection.
10. Execution of buried services and roads.
11. Mechanisation of building operations, definitions, tasks and degree of mechanisation. Capacity of machines and machine gangs.Construction machines for earth works, basic division. Excavators – division according to the drive design, operation and bogie.
12. Machines and equipment for concreting works and reinforced concreting. Mixers, concrete mixing plants, reinforcement bending plants and vibrators.
13. Machines and equipment for vertical transportation. Types of cranes, features and capacities.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of designing and planning of building constructions, traffic constructions and utility services.

Language of instruction

Czech

Credits

5 credits

Semester

winter

Forms and criteria of assessment

course-unit credit and examination

Specification of controlled instruction, the form of instruction, and the form of compensation of the absences

Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.

Offered to foreign students

Not to offer

Course on BUT site

https://www.vut.cz/en/students/courses/detail/253721

Lecture

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, elective

Syllabus

1. Introduction into the sphere of erection, inner and finishing processes. Sequence of individual processes, links, necessary technology breaks. Principles of partitions execution – masonry, made of glass blocks and assembled of segments and skeletal. Readiness of construction, flow-charts, tests, quality control.
2. Installation processes. Establishment of inner sewage system. Water and central heating distributions Installation of interior gas duct and electric distributions. Function ability and safety tests.Execution of building water, heat, noise, vibration insulations and insulations against chemical impacts. Flow-charts, readiness of constructions, links, quality control, tests.
3. Assembly processes. Principles of production, transportation and storing of semi-products. Assembly of buildings of reinforced concrete semi-products. Readiness of the site for assembly. Assembly procedures, cranes, optimisation of their selection. Quality requirements for assembled structures.
4. Assembly of steel structures. Production of structural elements, principles of haulage and storage. Readiness of the site for assembly, pre-assembly areas. Optimisation of assembly methods and procedures. Requirements for quality and accuracy of assembled structures.
5. Building structure surface treatment – interior plasterwork and external coatings, types, flow-charts, readiness of the background, technology breaks, flatness requirements, quality inspection.
6. Execution of interior and external linings, systems, technology procedures, requirements for construction readiness. Contact and grid linings. Quality requirements, quality inspection method. Establishment of ceiling soffits. Technology operations. Time demand. Flatness requirements and their inspection.
7. Working and protective scaffoldings. Types, division. Working procedures and assembly principles for segment, element and spatial scaffoldings. Scaffolding design, static assessment, stability and safety measures. Erection of enclosing shells and roof claddings.
8. Laying of floors and paving. Types, material options. Working procedures, requirements for technology breaks. Quality requirements and their inspection.
9. Paintings and wall, timber and steel structure coatings. Types of painting and coating materials, their classification and applicability. Requirements for the base, application method, quality inspection.
10. Execution of buried services and roads.
11. Mechanisation of building operations, definitions, tasks and degree of mechanisation. Capacity of machines and machine gangs.Construction machines for earth works, basic division. Excavators – division according to the drive design, operation and bogie.
12. Machines and equipment for concreting works and reinforced concreting. Mixers, concrete mixing plants, reinforcement bending plants and vibrators.
13. Machines and equipment for vertical transportation. Types of cranes, features and capacities.

Exercise

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, compulsory

Syllabus

1. Introduction, credit requirements, individual assignment.
2. Finishing of assembled partitions in the building structure, technological regulations and work schedule.
3–4. Assembly of reinforced concrete prefabricated elements, technological regulations, principles of work safety, and methods of assembly.
5–6. Design of the construction site for the assembly of the skeleton frame, selection of lifting device, operation principles at a construction site.
7. Insulation works, water insulation, sound insulation, Rn insulation.
8. Control exercises, deadline for the assigned protocols.
9. site visits aimed at internal and finishing works.
10.–11. Interior plastering, technological regulations, time schedule.
12. Floor wearing surfaces, technological regulations, choice of alternative floor tiles.
13. Credits.