ARCH1231 BTECH I, SP2019

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ARCH1231 BTECH I, SP2019
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Architectural Technology
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Semester / Year
Spring 2019
Course Description

An introduction to basic materials of construction and the fundamental principals of hand drafting and system analysis. The coursework includes surveying existing conditions, development of plans, elevations, and sections, and basic details as well as the study of material properties and applications.

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Reading 9

Ching talks about concrete, steel, and wood floor and roof systems and how they are supported by […] See MoreReading 9

Summary 8

This section discusses roof systems and how to prevent water from going into a structure.  In a […] See MoreSummary 8

Reading #9

In this reading, Ching covers lots of topics. Those topics include Masonry Cavity Walls, Brick […] See MoreReading #9

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Jaddie, Excellent summary. Check for a few minor grammatical errors, but otherwise a strong […] See More

Chris, This is a good start to the summary. How about the other sections of the reading: […] See More

Jonathan, Your summary is good but can use some clarification. For example, define more clearly […] See More

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Reading #7

In Ching’s task, he mentioned masonry arches, lintels, wood beams, joists steel beams, plus joists, reinforced concrete beams. When it comes to the masonry arches they put their whole weight on the two sides of the wall, it’s sel […] See MoreReading #7

Reading #4

In this section, Ching gives us much information about the structural units, structural spans, and structural patterns, and so on. There is a lot’s of connections between the columns and beams. Slabs or in other words plate structure. I […] See MoreReading #4

Reading #2

According to Ching, architecture and building construction they’re not the same. They share the same routine same elements but the core of this is that the understanding is different. So you can’t be guaranteed to build architecture. It’ […] See MoreReading #2

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