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OA07AK3 - Arhitektonske konstrukcije 3

Course specification
Type of study
Study programme
Course title
AcronymStatusSemesterNumber of classesESPB
OA07AK332П + 3В5.0
Lecturers
Lecturer (for classes)
Lecturer/Associate (for practice)
ConditionОблик условљености
The condition for attending the course is as follows: passed exam of Architectural constructions 1, attended on Architectural constructions 2 (min. 80% of the attendance of lectures) and the threshold realized in the exercises from Architectural constructions 2.Student must have min. 25.5 points from graphic works on exercises from Architectural constructions 2, which includes student`s attendance (min. 80%).
The goal
The objective of the course is to familiarize students with contemporary principles and methods of designing materialization of architectural buildings with reinforced concrete bearing construction. The components and subsystems of the materialization of monolithic, semi-reconstructed and prefabricated buildings are analyzed and consider the different possibilities of materializing the facades in terms of type of materials and construction techniques.
The outcome
Prior to coming to the exercise, students need to get to know the problem that is being addressed in the exercises, through attendance at lectures and studying the recommended literature. After completion of this course, students will be able to project cast (monolithic), semi-refined and prefabricated reinforced concrete systems without the application of static calculation, with approximation calculations. Applying previously acquired knowledge of the details of constructive elements in the first year (AK 1 and AK 2), the student will design the constructive and architectural basics, cross-sections, prospects and typical technical details of the given residential buildings or administrative buildings, shopping centers or department stores, buildings requiring more constructive ranges (more than 6 m) and different facade materialization possibilities, rather than being studied and projected in the first year.
Contents
Reinforced concrete cast buildings - masonry and skeleton system; Reinforced concrete skeleton buildings - types of inter-floor ceilings, panel reinforced concrete ceilings; Ribs reinforced concrete ceilings; Reinforced concrete vertical construction elements - columns and walls; Twisting from forced building - horizontal load forces; Dilatation; Foundation for skeleton buildings; Types of shallow and deep foundation; Materialization of facade of skeletal buildings - requirements of function, technical and design ; Types of curtain wall facades; Facade with brick, stone, ceramics, etc .; Materialization of roofs reinforced concrete buildings; Basics of industrialized construction. Reinforced concrete prefabricated systems - types; Skeleton reinforced concrete prefabricated construction system; Panel reinforced concrete prefabricated construction systems; Classification of panel; Mounting plans, types of networks, encryption of elements; Prefabricated reinforced concrete facades; Semi-reconstructed facades; Prefabricated stairs; Cellular systems
Methods of teaching
Lectures, interactive classes and exercises - graphic works, consultations. Learning and independent production of graphic works.
Literature
  1. Ivkovic, V., Multiple skeleton buildings - construction systems and elements, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, 1974.
  2. Krstic, A. and B. Zegarac, Principles and techniques of coating facade walls of reinforced concrete skeleton buildings, script, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade
  3. Krstic, A., Variety of Materialization of Architectural Structures, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, 2003.
  4. Krstic, A., Fundamentals of Materialization of Contemporary Industrialized Buildings, Third Edition, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, 2000.
  5. Ivkovic, V., Basics of prefabricated buildings - construction systems - elements - materials, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, 1977.
Облици провјере знања и оцјењивање
Two independent graphic works, including student`s activity, are scored in total with a maximum of 50 points (maximum 25 points for each graphic work). The exam is rated with a maximum of 50 points. A passing grade is obtained if you collectively accumulate up to 51 points. Attendance continued at least 80%, done and rated graphic works (total of 2 graphic works with max. 50 points), cumulatively rated with minimum 51% of max. number of points (ie 25.5 points from 2 graphic works). A student who is unjustifiably absent from teaching more than 20% and does not pass at exercises min. 25.5 points, must renew the listening of the subject.
Посебна назнака
Вјежбе се одвијају по групама. Прије почетка сваких вјежби студентима се доставља детаљно разрађен програм за сваки графички рад, садржај графичког рада, те услови и рокови за пријем графичких радова.