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STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6 CASE STUDY BUILDING NAME: QUEENS COLLEGE ACTIVITY 1: FIND THE DIFFERENT STRUCUTRAL CONCEPTS OF THE BUILDING BY LOOKING AT THE WOKRING DRAWING OF THE CASE STUDY BUILDING. a) Foundations & Footing

Overall look of the foundation

Excavated

concrete

blinding

piers

Strip Footing

     

Pad footing


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6 b) Primary Structure

PC Panel

C) Secondary Structure Floor system: Exposed Aggregate Cencrete Masonry Wall

Timber Rafter

Steel UB/PFC beams

Pergola columns

 

Plate stiffener


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6 d) Identification, Description and Location of Structural Materials    

Concrete Hatching

Clay Brick

Timber

Steel


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6

Joints Butt

joint-

“butt

joints

extend the length or width of a part by connecting the edges

of

two

pieces

of

material in the same plane ”  

Pinned Joint Sawcut joints - benefits: Consistent joint dimensions (same width and depth at each cut) Straight, clean cuts Good joint filler performance Cost-effective concrete placements of any size  


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6 Weld- “To join (metals) by applying heat, sometimes with pressure and sometimes with an intermediate or filler metal having a high melting

Bolts- “A fastener consisting of a threaded pin or rod

point.”

with a head at one end, designed to be inserted

 

through holes in assembled parts and secured by a mated nut that is tightened by applying torque”  

 

Screw-

Concrete-

Nail-


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6 Sustainability and Environmental Analysis

Carbon

Steel

Concrete

Timber

brick

High

High

Lowest

High

High-

Only

High-

High-

without loss

uncontaminated

crushing and

of

concrete

reuse,

performance

-crushing,

not

pre-sizing,

common

Footprint-

Recyclability-

for

sorting, screening contaminant elimination

but very (Source: CRC for Greenhouse Accounting)

and

 


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6

Embodied Energy

Source:  Lawson  Buildings,  Materials,  Energy  and  the  Environment  (1996);     *   fibre   cement   figure   updated   from   earlier   version   and   endorsed   by   Dr.   Lawson    


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6 Economic Indication

- Cost compare to Revenue

Cessnock   City   Council,   2012,   Building   Cost   Guide,   (http://www.cessnock.nsw.gov.au/resources/file/ BuildingDevel/CostGuides/Building%20Cost%20 http://www.agc.org/galleries/econ/national%20fact%20sheet.pdf    

Guide%202012.pdf)  


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6 References: • The  Free  Dictionary,  2013,  “Bolts”,  “Weld”,  viewed  05/09/2013,  <http://www.thefreedictionary.com/>   • Weld  

Craft,  

2013,  

“GTA  

Welding  

Common  

Joint  

Designs”,  

viewed  

05/08/2013,  

<http://www.weldcraft.com/education/joint-­‐types/>   • Technical  Manual,  2013,  <http://www.yourhome.gov.au/technical/fs52.html>   • World  Steel  Association,   2013,<   http://www.worldsteel.org/publications/position-­‐papers/Steel-­‐s-­‐contribution-­‐to-­‐a-­‐low-­‐carbon-­‐future.html>      


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6 ACTIVITY 2: MODEL MAKING CASE STUDY BULDING: QUEENS COLLEGE

MODELLING SECTION


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6 FLOOR PLAN OF THE MODELLING SECTION

Aggregate Concrete

Columns


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6 ROOF  PLAN  OF  THE  MODELLING  SECTION  

GUTTER

ROOF BEAMS ROOF FRAMING PLAN OF THE MODELLING SECTION    


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6 SLAB & FOOTING PLAN

DETAIL SECTION OF BP1 (470 REFINE’D BRICK PIER)


STUDIO JOUNRAL WEEK 5 & 6 CONCRETE  SLAB  

ROOF  SHEETING  

OVERALL VIEW OF THE MODEL


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