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Length170 mm
Thickness27 mm
Height235 mm
Weight820 g
AuthorDr. N. Kumara Swamy, A. kameswara Rao
Pages594 +20 = 614
BindingPaperback
ISBN9789385039126
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Edition8th
Year 2015

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BUILDING PLANNING AND DRAWINGDr. N. Kumara Swamy, A. Kameswara RaoEdition : 8th Edition : 2015 ISBN : 9789385039126 Size : 170 mm × 235 mm Binding : Paperback Pages : 594 + 20 = 614` 300.00ABOUT THE BOOKDrawing is the language of Engineers and Architects. Building Planning and Drawing is the foundation subject for Civil Engineering students. In this Eighth Revised Edition each topic of the text-book has been arranged in such a way that reader is empowered with an in-depth knowledge in the subject of Building Planning and Drawing. The entire subject is canvassed in the chapters like: Fundamentals of Building Drawing; Fundamentals of Buildings; Site Selection for Residential Buildings; Climate and Its Influence on Building Planning; Orientation of Buildings; Principles of Planning Of Buildings; Building Bye-Laws; Planning of Residential Buildings; Planning of Public Buildings; Different Methods of Construction; Prefabricated Construction; Economical Measures in Building Construction; Green Buildings; Anthropometric Studies; Intelligent Buildings; Construction Management Techniques; Basic Concepts of the Building Elements; Nomenclature of Building Planning and Construction; Standard Guidelines for Building Drawing; Guidelines for Planning and Drawing of Residential Building; Drafting Materials and their Utilization; Conventional Signs and B.I.S. Code Colours; A Few Facts of the Vaastu Sastra; Perspective Drawings; Computer Aided Building Drawings; Typical Building Drawings; Question Bank. The Appendix gives University Examination Questions The book now in its 27 Chapters and Appendix contains: * 409 Neatly drawn selfe-xplanatory diagrams * 50 Plates of important components and different plans of buildings * 89 Useful Tables * 26 Solved Problems * 464 University Type questions are given for preparation of examinations. A separate chapter as Question Bank includes: * 307 Short Questions with Answers * 123 Multiple Choice Questions * 97 Short Questions. It is the fervent hope of the authors that this book will satisfy the needs of the Civil Engineering students preparing for the B.Tech/B.E. examinations of almost all the Indian Universities, Diploma examinations conducted by various Boards of Technical Education, Certificate courses as well as for the A.M.I.E., U.P.S.C., G.A.T.E. and other similar competitive and professional Examinations. It should also be of an immense help to the practising Civil Engineers.CONTENT1 : FUNDAMENTALS OF BUILDING DRAWING 2 : FUNDAMENTALS OF BUILDINGS 3 : SITE SELECTION FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 4 : CLIMATE AND ITS INFLUENCE ON BUILDING PLANNING 5 : ORIENTATION OF BUILDINGS 6 : PRINCIPLES OF PLANNING OF BUILDINGS 7 : BUILDING BYE-LAWS 8 : PLANNING OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 9 : PLANNING OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS 10 : DIFFERENT METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION 11 : PREFABRICATED CONSTRUCTION 12 : ECONOMICAL MEASURES IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 13 : GREEN BUILDINGS 14 : ANTHROPOMETRIC STUDIES 15 : INTELLIGENT BUILDINGS 16 : CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES 17 : BASIC CONCEPTS OF THE BUILDING ELEMENTS 18 : NOMENCLATURE OF BUILDING PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION 19 : STANDARD GUIDELINES FOR BUILDING DRAWING 20 : GUIDELINES FOR PLANNING AND DRAWING OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDING 21 : DRAFTING MATERIALS AND THEIR UTILIZATION 22 : CONVENTIONAL SIGNS AND B.I.S. CODE COLOURS 23 : A FEW FACTS OF THE VAASTU SASTRA 24 : PERSPECTIVE DRAWINGS 25 : COMPUTER AIDED BUILDING DRAWINGS 26 : TYPICAL BUILDING DRAWINGS 27 : QUESTION BANK Appendix : UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION QUESTIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEXBUILDING PLANNING AND DRAWING Detailed ContentsChapter 1 FUNDAMENTALS OF BUILDING DRAWING 1-1. Introduction to building drawing 1-2. Brief history of building drawing 1-3. Preparation of drawings 1-4. Working drawings 1-5. Interpretation of drawings 1-6. Building plans approval procedure as per nbc 2005 Questions 1 Chapter 2 FUNDAMENTALS OF BUILDINGS 2-1. Building 2-2. Classification of buildings based on nature of occupancy 2-3. Classification of buildings based on their fire resistance 2-4. Classification of building based on built-in environment and naturality 2-5. Classifications of residential buildings 2-5-1. Detached house 2-5-2. Semi-detached house 2-5-3. Row houses or chawls 2-5-4. Block of flats or terrace houses 2-5-5. Duplex type house Questions 2 27 Chapter 3 SITE SELECTION FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 3-1. General 3-2. Factors affecting the selection of site Questions 3 35 Chapter 4 CLIMATE AND ITS INFLUENCE ON BUILDING PLANNING 4-1. Introduction 4-2. Elements of climate 4-2-1. Solar radiation 4-2-2. Temperature of air 4-2-3. Wind 4-2-4. Humidity 4-2-5. Precipitation 4-2-6. Topography 4-3. Climatic zones of india 4-4. Climate and comfort 4-5. Earth and its motion 4-6. Directions and their characteristics 4-7. Landscaping Questions 4 Chapter 5 ORIENTATION OF BUILDINGS 5-1. General 5-2. Orientation 5-3. Factors affecting orientation 5-4. Sun 5-5. Wind 5-6. Rain 5-7. C.B.R.I.: Suggestions for obtaining optimum orientation 5-8. Orientation criteria for Indian conditions Questions 5 Chapter 6 PRINCIPLES OF PLANNING OF BUILDINGS 6-1. Aspect 6-2. Prospect 6-3. Privacy (1) Internal privacy (2) External privacy 6-4. Furniture requirement 6-4-1. Drawing room 6-4-2. Dining table and dining chairs 6-4-3. Bed room 6-4-4. Kitchen 6-5. Roominess 6-6. Grouping 6-7. Circulation 6-8. Sanitation 6-8-1. Lighting 6-8-2. Ventilation 6-8-3. Cleanliness 6-9. Flexibility 6-10. Elegance 6-11. Economy 6-12. Practical considerations Questions 6 Chapter 7 BUILDING BYE-LAWS 7-1. Introduction 7-2. Building bye-laws 7-3. Objectives of building bye-laws 7-4. Principles underlying building bye laws 7-4-1. Minimum plot sizes and building frontage 7-4-2. Open spaces 7-4-3. Minimum standard dimensions of building elements 7-4-4. Provisions for lighting and ventilation 7-4-5. Provisions for safety from fire and explosions 7-4-6. Provisions for means of access 7-4-7. Provisions for drainage and sanitation 7-4-8. Provisions for safety of works against hazards or accidents 7-4-9. Requirements for off street parking 7-4-10. Requirements for green belt and landscaping 7-4-11. Special requirements for low income housing 7-4-12. Sizes of structural elements 7-5. Applicability of the bye-laws Questions 7 Chapter 8 PLANNING OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 8-1. Introduction 8-2. Rooms meant for the various activities Questions 8 Chapter 9 PLANNING OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS 9-1. A school 9-2. A library 9-3. A hospital 9-4. A cinema building 9-5. A hostel 9-6. A hotel 9-7. An office building 9-8. A post office 9-9. A bank 9-10. A bus station 9-11. A Church 9-11-1. Components of A church 9-11-2. Recommended design criteria 9-12. A Mosque Questions 9 Chapter 10 DIFFERENT METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION 10-1. General 10-2. Differences between load bearing walled structure and framed structure Questions 10 Chapter 11 PREFABRICATED CONSTRUCTION 11-1. General 11-2. Advantages of prefabricated construction 11-3. Disadvantages of prefabrication construction Questions 11 Chapter 12 ECONOMICAL MEASURES IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 12-1. General 12-2. Economy of land 12-3. Economy in material of construction 12-4. Economy in labour 12-5. Economy of time 12-6. Economy in money spending Questions 12 Chapter 13 GREEN BUILDINGS 13-1. General 13-2. Green building or sustainable building 13-3. General principles of green buildings 13-4. Benefits of green buildings 13-5. Social benefits 13-6. Disadvantages of green buildings 13-7. Design criteria for green building 13-7-1. Site sustainability 13-7-2. Water use efficiency 13-7-3. Energy efficiency 13-7-4. Indoor environmental quality 13-7-5. Green building materials 13-7-6. Occupant health and safety 13-8. Cost of construction 13-9. Green building compared with conventional building 13-10. Assessment and evaluation of green building 13-11. Green building certification 13-12. Green buildings in India Questions 13 Chapter 14 ANTHROPOMETRIC STUDIES 14-1. Introduction 14-2. Golden section 14-3. Engineering anthropometry 14-4. Design criteria – for anthropometric data 14-5. Types of human body dimensions 14-6. Anthropometric design principles 14-7. Principles 14-8. Application of anthropometric data in design of residential building components 14-9. Drawing room 14-10. Dining room 14-11. Kitchen 14-12. Bed room 14-13. Stair Questions 14 Chapter 15 INTELLIGENT BUILDINGS 15-1. Imagine 15-2. Introduction 15-3. Development of intelligent buildings 15-4. What is an intelligent building? 15-5. How buildings become intelligent 15-6. Benefits of intelligent buildings 15-7. Limitations of intelligent buildings 15-8. Intelligent buildings in india 15-9. Intelligent building design 15-10. Access control – CCTV system 15-11. Light control systems 15-12. Control and optimization of air-condition systems 15-13. Fire alarm system 15-14. Burglar alarm and intrusion prevention system 15-15. Elevators Questions 15 Chapter 16 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES 16-1. Introduction 16-2. Construction management functions 16-3. Objectives of construction management 16-4. Managing construction projects 16-5. Stages of a construction project and construction management team 16-6. Nomenclature 16-7. Methods of evaluation of the project 16-8. Network technique 16-9. Network technique in construction management 16-10. Programme Evaluation and Review Techniques 16-11. Three-time estimates for pert 16-12. Critical path method 16-13. Definition 16-14. Applicability 16-15. Difference between cpm and pert 16-16. Advantages of cpm 16-17. Time estimation for cpm Questions 16 Chapter 17 BASIC CONCEPTS OF THE BUILDING ELEMENTS 17-1. General 17-2. Components of a building 17-3. Foundations 17-4. Foundations in clayey soils 17-5. Masonry walls 17-6. Doors 17-7. Window 17-8. Lintels and arches 17-9. Stairs 17-10. Roof 17-11. Flooring 17-12. Plastering Questions 17 Chapter 18 NOMENCLATURE OF BUILDING PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION Chapter 19 STANDARD GUIDELINES FOR BUILDING DRAWING 19-1. Drawing sheet 19-2. Dimensioning 19-3. Lettering 19-4. General Questions 19 Chapter 20 GUIDELINES FOR PLANNING AND DRAWING OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDING 20-1. Planning 20-2. Plan 20-3. How to prepare the plan of a residential building? 20-4. Section 20-5. Elevation 20-6. Standard dimensions for various building units 20-7. Fixing the position of various building components and justification Chapter 21 DRAFTING MATERIALS AND THEIR UTILIZATION 21-1. Tracing paper 21-2. Vellum 21-3. Polyester film 21-4. Sketch paper 21-5. Prints and prints making 21-6. Drawing pens and ink Questions 21 Chapter 22 CONVENTIONAL SIGNS AND B.I.S. CODE COLOURS 22-1. Conventional signs and conventional symbols 22-2. B.I.S. recommended colours for building materials Questions 22 Chapter 23 A FEW FACTS OF THE VAASTU SASTRA 23-1. Introduction 23-2. Shape of the site 23-3. Directions 23-4. Orientation 23-5. Level differences 23-6. Main entrance 23-7. Number of doors and windows 23-8. Number of columns and beams 23-9. Number of steps 23-10. Well 23-11. Colours 23-12. Position of stairs 23-13. Roof 23-14. Characteristics of sub soil 23-15. Basic rules of Vaastu construction 23-16. Relevance of Vaastu today Questions 23 Chapter 24 PERSPECTIVE DRAWINGS 24-1. Necessity of perspective drawings of building 24-2. Principle of perspective projection 24.3. Characteristics of perspective 24-4. Perspective elements 24-5. Classification of perspective projection 24-6. Distance points Questions 24 Chapter 25 COMPUTER AIDED BUILDING DRAWINGS 25-1. CAD hardware 25-2. CAD software 25-3. Autocad 25-4. Application of Autocad 25-5. Operation of Autocad package 25-6. Function keys 25-7. Autocad 2010 screen layout 25-8. Hardware requirement for Autocad 2010 25-9. Planning for a drawing 25-10. Methods to generate building drawings in Autocad Questions 25 Chapter 26 TYPICAL BUILDING DRAWINGS 1. Conventional signs 2. Symbols for electrical installations 3. Conventional symbols 4. Stretcher and header bonds 5. English bond 6. Flemish bond 7. Stone masonry 8. Cavity walls (1) 9. Cavity walls (2) 10. Door frame 11. Types of panelled doors 12. Ledged, braced and battened door 13. Panelled door 14. Glazed and panelled door 15. Collapsible steel door 16. Types of doors (1) 17. Types of doors (2) 18. Hollow core or framed flush door 19. Window frame 20. Panelled window 21. Glazed window 22. Carpentry joints (1) 23. Carpentry joints (2) 24. Lean to roof 25. Types of roofs (1) 26. Types of roofs (2) 27. King post truss 28. Details of king post truss 29. Queen post truss 30. Steel roof truss 31. Stair cases 32. Straight stairs with two flights 33. Details of stairs 34. Foundations 35. Model drawing showing projection of section over plan (1) 36. Model drawing showing projection of section over plan (2) 37. A building 38. An office building 39. A home 40. A dwelling 41. L.I.G. House 42. M.I.G. House 43. A residential house 44. A cottage 45. Two storeyed residential building 46. Semi detached house 47. Plan of a secondary school 48. Primary health centre 49. Post office Chapter 27 QUESTION BANK 27-1. Short questions with answers in building drawing 27-2. Short questions with answers in building planning 27-3. Multiple choice questions 27-4. Answers of multiple choice questions 27-5. Short questions Appendix UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION QUESTIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX

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