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[Book] Design in Modular Construction

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Lawson, Mark 지음 | CRC Press | 2014년 05월 02일
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ISBN 9780415554503(0415554500)
쪽수 280쪽
언어 English
크기 216(W) X 282(H) X 20(T) (mm)
제본형태 양장(HardCover)-Hardcover
총권수 1권
Textual Format Textbooks, Lower level
리딩지수 Level General Adult

책소개

이 책이 속한 분야

Modular construction can dramatically improve efficiency in construction, through factory production of pre-engineered building units and their delivery to the site either as entire buildings or as substantial elements. The required technology and application are developing rapidly, but design is still in its infancy. Good design requires a knowledge of modular production, installation and interface issues and also an understanding of the economics and client-related benefits which influence design decisions.

Looking at eight recent projects, along with background information, this guide gives you coverage of:

generic types of module and their application
vertical loading, stability and robustness
dimensional and spacial planning
hybrid construction
cladding, services and building physics
fire safety and thermal and acoustic performance
logistical aspects ? such as transport, tolerances and safe installation.
A valuable guide for professionals and a thorough introduction for advanced students.

저자소개

저자 : Lawson, Mark

Professor Mark Lawson is professor of construction systems at the University of Surrey, and consultant to the Steel Construction Institute (SCI). He is a chartered civil and structural engineer and member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). His BSc (Eng) is from Imperial College, and his PhD was obtained from the University of Sanford in the field of stressed skin design of steel-framed buildings. In 2011, he was awarded two prizes by the Institution of Civil Engineers for published papers, including the Howard Medal. He has been involved in many EU projects in the steel construction sector and has led major projects on sustainable design in steel and on modular construction systems.

Professor Ray Ogden has a degree in architecture and a PhD in mechanical engineering. He has been involved in construction-related research and teaching since 1986, including work related to light steel, off-site, and modular construction, building envelope design, and low-carbon solutions. He is currently a professor and associate dean of research and knowledge exchange in the Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment at Oxford Brookes University, where he is also director of the Tata Centre for the Building Envelope. He has authored seven books and numerous technical papers and reports, and been responsible for a wide range of research and live demonstration projects.

Dr. Chris Goodier is a senior lecturer in the School of Civil and Building Engineering, Loughborough University, having worked previously for BRE and Laing Civil Engineering. He is a chartered builder with 20 years' experience in all aspects of construction, including research, contracting, and consultancy, and has published more than 130 papers, books, reports, and articles. He recently chaired the 2013 British Council's International Conference on Sustainable Construction and leads a significant ongoing portfolio of government- and industry-funded research in the areas of concrete materials, off-site technology, sustainability, infrastructure, renewable energy, and construction futures.

목차

Introduction to modular construction

Definitions

Applications of modular construction

Benefits of modular construction

History of modular construction in the UK

Modular construction worldwide

Background studies

Functional requirements for modular buildings

Introduction to materials

Accreditation of modular systems

References

Types of steel modules

Basic forms of light steel modules

Four-sided modules

Corner-supported modules

Open-ended modules

Hybrid modular and panel systems

Hybrid modular, panel, and primary steel frame systems

References

Precast concrete modules

Benefits of precast concrete modules

Precast concrete building forms

Modular construction in concrete

References

Other types of modules

Timber-framed modules

Reuse of shipping containers

Bathroom pods

Special forms of modular construction

Modular units in renovation

Access cores

Introduction to planning of modular buildings

General principles

Corridor-type buildings

External access buildings

Open-plan modular buildings

High-rise modular buildings

Dimensions for planning of modular buildings

Structural zones

Open building approach

References

Housing and residential buildings

Space planning in housing

Building regulations (England and Wales)

House forms in modular construction

Residential buildings in modular construction

Student residences

Hotels

Modular Layouts in Tall Buildings

Mixed modules and open-plan space

References

Hospitals and medical buildings

Features of modular medical facilities

Design requirements

Modules in hospital extensions

Dimensional requirements for medical buildings

References

Schools and educational buildings

Features of modular educational buildings

Dimensional requirements for schools

Other requirements for schools

References

Specialist buildings

Supermarkets

Retails units and petrol stations

Military accommodation

Prisons and secure accommodation

Hybrid modular construction systems

Modular and panel systems

Examples of plan forms using hybrid construction

Details of connections between modules and floor cassettes

Podium support to modules

Integrated steel frames and modules

Example of mixed use of modules and structural frames in a residential building

Groups of modules supported by structural frames

References

Acoustic insulation in modular construction

Principles of acoustic insulation

Acoustic requirements and regulations

Separating walls

Separating floors

References

Structural design of light steel modules

Loading and load combinations

Forms of construction

Connection between modules

Stabilising systems

Effect of construction tolerances on stability

Design of structural elements

Structural integrity

References

Structural design of concrete modules

Design principles in modular precast concrete

Concrete properties

Codes and standards

Layout of modules

Detailed design

Cladding, roofing, and balconies in modular construction

Cladding types for light steel modules

Thermal performance

Thermal performance of light steel modular walls

Airtightness

Roofing systems

Building in renewable energy technologies in modular construction

Balconies

References

Service interfaces in modular construction

Services in light steel modules

Services in concrete modules

Modular plant rooms

Modular cores

References

Constructional issues in modular systems

Foundation interfaces

Module tolerances and interfaces

Module-to-module connections

Modular stairs

Corridor supports

Construction issues for concrete modules

Transport of modules

Craneage and installation

References

Factory production of modules

Benefits of off-site manufacturing

Manufacture of light steel and timber modules

Automation in panel production

Field factories

Manufacture of precast concrete modules

Weather protection

References

Economics of modular construction

On-site construction versus off-site manufacture

Economics of production

Material costs and improved productivity

Proportion of on-site work in modular construction

Transport and installation costs

Economics of speed of construction

Savings in design fees

Summary of potential cost savings relative to on-site construction

References

Sustainability in modular construction

Benefits of off-site manufacture on sustainability

Code for sustainable homes (CFSH)

Background studies on sustainability

Embodied energy and embodied carbon calculations

Embodied carbon in transportation

Comparative embodied carbon study

References

Index

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