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(PDF) Rammed earth: An overview of a sustainable construction
The paper deals with the study on structural capacity of unreinforced and reinforced cement stabilized rammed earth (CSRE) columns` Columns of size 150 mm x 150 mm x 1500 mm (width x thickness x ```
Design of concrete buildings for disassembly: An explorative
Converting the liner life cycle model of concrete elements to a cyclic one required new ways of designing concrete structures and buildings to support disassembly potential for reuse and adaptation! where elements such as wall panels! roof slabs! and even columns and beams can be disassembled without material loss or pollution to be reused in extending existing building or in the production of ...
Reinforced Concrete Frame | Concrete Frame Construction
Reinforced Concrete Frame_ The reinforced concrete frame is a superstructure combined with horizontal components- i_e_ columns and vertical components- i_e_ beams__ The whole construction that is beams and columns are monolithic construction- i_e_ the whole construction is cast in a single operation_
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Monolithic concrete structures: design, rule
Reinforced concrete monolithic construction allow to create curves` making the overall architecture of the building is a lot richer and richer; The results ↑ Reinforced concrete monolithic construction allow to build buildings in the shortest time using modern varieties of concrete; An important step in the construction is the design;
A Review of Rammed Earth
Fig. 5.10| Reinforced concrete bond beam-roof connection 44 Fig. 6.1| Modern concrete shuttering for rammed earth 50 Fig. 6.2| Modern Australian Formwork (Bill Swaney) 52 Fig. 6.3| Battered formwork at Eden Project 54 Fig. 6.4| Pneumatic rammer 56 Fig. 10.1| Five storey rammed chalk building in Winchester,
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Beams and planks (precast) with concrete topping (cast,in,situ) ☐ ☐ Slabs (post,tensioned) ☐ ☐ Steel Composite steel deck with concrete slab (cast,in,situ) ☐ ☐ Timber Rammed earth with ballast and concrete or plaster finishing ☐ ☐ Wood planks or beams with ballast and concrete or plaster finishing ☐ ☐ Thatched roof supported ___
• Precast concrete foundations entered the IRC in 2003, Chapter 4. • However, they are not well defined` the IRC lacks direction and details for building officials. Foundations fall under the International Residential Code (IRC)