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PRE –ENGINEERED STEEL BUILDINGS

T. Khaja Rasool V. Lila Srinivas Reddy Mohammed Moiz S. Venkatesh
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Introduction
• Pre-Engineered Buildings can be adapted to suit a

wide variety of structural applications.
• All the components are produced in a factory on basis of structural and aesthetic requirements. • These components are made in modular (or) completely Knocked down condition.

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• An efficiently designed Pre-Engineered Building can be lighter that the conventional steel buildings by up to 30%.Introduction • Manufactured materials are transported and assembled in the customer site. Page 3 . • Manufacturing and Production processes like cutting and welding is not done at the customer site.

• Length of the building.Technical Parameters of PEB • Breadth. • Roof slope. • Sub Systems. • Design Loads. • Bay spacing. Page 4 . width or span of the building. • Type of Frame.

Main Components of PEB •Anchor bolts: These are embedded into the foundation. Page 5 .

Grits and Eaves Page 6 .Main Components of PEB •Primary components: Primary components include Columns and Rafters •Secondary Components: Secondary components include Purlins.

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Main Components of PEB • Sheeting or Cladding: Corrugated or Galvanized sheets are used as sheeting Page 8 .

Page 9 . Wall lights and Turbo Ventilators.Main Components of PEB • Accessories: Accessories include Sky lights.

Advantages of PEB • • • • • • • Optimised design of steel reducing weight Architectural Versatility Light weight Quick Project completion Less cumbersome at site Good Seismic resistance Easy future expansion Page 10 .

Advantages of PEB • • • • • • Architectural Versatility Dismantellable and reusable Voluminous space (upto 30 m span) Weather proof Architectural versatility Water tight roof and wall coverings Page 11 .

Applications • • • • • • • • Industrial Buildings Ware houses Air Craft Hangers Commercial complexes Offices School Buildings Offices Indoor stadiums Page 12 .

Applications • • • • • • • Outdoor stadiums Gas Stations Metro stations and Bus terminals Parking lots Stadiums Railway platforms Cold storages Page 13 .

Industrial building Indoor stadium Parking lots Railway Station Page 14 .

Air Craft Hangers Metro Station Wear House High Rise Buildings Page 15 .

• Self weight 30% lesser • Primary member is Tapered section • Secondary members are light weight rolled framed “Z” and “C” section • Self weight more heavy • Primary member is Hot rolled section • Secondary members are “I” or “C” section which are heavy in weight. Page 16 .

• Erection cost and time20% more than PEB Page 17 . easy to construct & light wt. heavy foundation required. • Erection cost and timeaccurately known • Delivery.expensive.• Delivery – average 6 to 8 weeks • Foundation-simple design.average 20 to 26 weeks • Foundation.

Page 18 . • The market potential of PEB in India is 12 lakh metric tonne and growing at a compound rate of 25 to 30%.Market Potential • PEB is relatively a new concept in India and were introduced to markets lately in 1990’s.

Conclusion • PEB concept has been very successful and well established in North America. Australia and is presently expanding in U. Pre-engineered Buildings can be used extensively for construction of industrial and residential buildings. PEB buildings provide good insulation effect and would be highly suitable for a tropical country like India.K and European countries. Page 19 . • The pre-engineered building calls for very fast construction of buildings and with good aesthetic looks and quality construction.