Code No: 220107 II B.Tech.

II-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November-2003

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BUILDING PLANNING (DESIGN AND DRAWING) (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks --1.a) Define the following terms: Front open space, plinth, room height, window. b) List the documents and details required for construction of buildings as laid down by the building regulations. 2. 3. 4. 5.a) b) 6.a) b) 7. List the special rules that have to be followed while constructing. (i) Community Halls and Public buildings (ii) Cinema Theatres.

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Discuss the important points to be kept in mind while fixing the orientation of a building. With neat sketches explain the different types of building elements you can provide to protect the windows from sun and rain. What do you understand by the term “Mass Composition” in building design. Explain the term “Contrast” with reference to design of buildings. What are the advantages of living in flats as compared to independent houses? How does living in flats affect the privacy of the families? How can proper planning eliminate some of these problems? Design a college building for the following requirements and draw a single line diagram. a) Class room for 60 students each – 6 Nos. b) Library with reference & reading room – 1 No. c) Principal room with attached toilet – 1No. d) Computer Lab to accommodate - 30 systems – 2 Nos. e) Laboratory for Phy / Chem / Bio - 3 No. to accommodate 30 students each f) Staff rooms to accommodate 4 members in each – 5 Nos. g) Office to accommodate 10 staff – 1No. h) Store room – 1No. i) Record room – 1No. j) Ladies room – 1No. k) NCC & NSS rooms – 2Nos. l) Sports room – 1No. (Contd…2)

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m) Toilet blocks – 4 Nos. The above requirements have to be provided in 2 floors 5.) The line plan in the figure below shows the internal dimensions in mm. Draw to a suitable scale the following views: a) Plan b) Sectional Elevation c) Select suitable positions and sizes of doors and windows The specifications for the buildings are as follows: i) Foundation depth below ground level……………………..1.1.m ii) Plinth height above ground level…………………………...1.0 m iii) Mansonry in foundation and up to plinth – Uncoursed rubble masonry in lime mortar………………………………………………….1:2. iv) Mansonry in superstructure -1½ brick in cement mortar 1:6 v) Flooring – 25 mm thick mosaic tiles on 100mm thick 1:4:8 concrete bed. vi) Doors – Timber doors fully paneled, of suitable sizes. vii) Windows – Timber fully glazed at suitable places and of suitable sizes. viii) Roof: tiled roof, R.C.C.roof – 120mm thick R.C.C.slab of 1:2:4 with 80mm thick wearing course. Assume any other suitable data wherever required and mention the same in the drawing.

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Code No: 220107 II B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November-2003

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BUILDING PLANNING (DESIGN AND DRAWING) (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks --1. How are building classified? Explain in brief the regulations for any three types of buildings. 2.

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What are the factors to be taken into consideration while preparing layout plan regarding: (i) Size of plot (ii) Approach roads as per rules. (iii) Dead ends as per rules (iv) Open space as per rules. Discuss in detail the important factors that should be kept in mind while planning a building. Write a note on Elegance of building . Identify the different types of circulation patterns possible in office buildings. Write short notes on: (i) Architectural character (ii) Massing.

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Draw a section through a double storey residential structure to include all relevant heights, upto and including parapet wall. Draw plan and elevation to show the dimensions of the following: (i) dining chair (ii) single bed (iii) three-seater sofa. Design a PWD Executive Engineer office building. to be constructed with the following requirements and draw the line diagram. a) Exe Engineer (EE) room with attached toilet – 1No. b) Technical Asst. to E E with attached toilet –1No. c) Technical Branch to accommodate 5 Asst. Engineers –1No. d) Drawing branch to accommodate 3 Drafts men –1No. e) Account Branch to accommodate 5 persons –1No. f) Room for store keeper – 1No. g) Office to accommodate 10 Staff –1No. h) Store –1No. i) Record room –1No. j) Reception and waiting room for public – 1No. k) Toilet block room -2Nos. l) Meeting hall –1No. Assume suitable areas. (Contd…2)

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The line plan in the figure below shows the internal dimensions in mm. Draw to a suitable scale the following views: a) Plan b) Sectional Elevation Select suitable positions and sizes of doors and windows. The specifications for the buildings are as follows: ix) Foundation depth below ground level……………………..1.1.m x) Plinth height above ground level…………………………...1.0 m xi) Mansonry in foundation and up to plinth – Uncoursed rubble masonry in lime mortar………………………………………………….1:2. xii) Mansonry in superstructure -1½ brick in cement mortar 1:6 xiii) Flooring – 25 mm thick mosaic tiles on 100mm thick 1:4:8 concrete bed. xiv) Doors – Timber doors fully paneled, of suitable sizes. xv) Windows – Timber fully glazed at suitable places and of suitable sizes. xvi) Roof: tiled roof, R.C.C.roof – 120mm thick R.C.C.slab of 1:2:4 with 80mm thick wearing course. Assume any other suitable data wherever required and mention the same in the drawing.

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Code No: 220107 II B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November-2003 BUILDING PLANNING (DESIGN AND DRAWING) (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks --1. Explain the objectives of building bye-laws. 2.a) b) Suggest the minimum area requirement for the following areas in residences: (i) Habitable room (ii) Kitchen (iii) Bath Room (iv) Stair Case. What minimum height do you recommend for : (i) Plinth (ii) Habitable rooms (iii) Head room for stair case (iv) Depth of foundation.

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Write a note on role of a Civil Engineer while planning and constructing a building. Discuss the practical design considerations to be followed in buildings in: (i) Hot dry zones (ii) Hot mind zones (iii) Cool zones. What do you understand by “Character” in architectural planning? Explain the different types. What are the requirements governing the design of a bedroom? Explain in detail the storage requirements in a bedroom and sketch the details of the built-in wardrobe/cupboard. List the points to be remembered while planning public buildings (i) Kitchen (ii) Cinema theatres (iii) Offices. The line plan in the figure below shows the internal dimensions in mm. Draw to a suitable scale the following views: a) Plan b) Sectional Elevation Select suitable positions and sizes of doors and windows The specifications for the buildings are as follows: (i) Foundation depth below ground level……………………..1.1.m (ii) Plinth height above ground level…………………………...1.0 m (iii) Mansonry in foundation and up to plinth – Uncoursed rubble masonry in lime mortar………………………………………………….1:2. (iv) Mansonry in superstructure -1½ brick in cement mortar 1:6 (Contd…2)

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(v) Flooring – 25 mm thick mosaic tiles on 100mm thick 1:4:8 concrete bed. (vi) Doors – Timber doors fully paneled, of suitable sizes. (vii) Windows – Timber fully glazed, of suitable sizes. Roof: tiled roof, R.C.C.roof – 120mm thick R.C.C.slab of 1:2:4 with 80mm thick wearing course. Assume any other suitable data wherever required and mention the same in the drawing.

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Code No: 220107 II B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November-2003 BUILDING PLANNING (DESIGN AND DRAWING) (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE questions All questions carry equal marks --1. Write short notes on the following: i) Building bye-laws ii) Classification of buildings iii) Open spaces in Buildings. 2. 3.a) b) 4. 5. 6.a) b) 7. Discuss briefly the open space requirements in various types of buildings.

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Explain the factors to consider while selecting a site for a school building. Differentiate between Aspect and Prospect with respect to orientation of buildings. Sketch a single line plan for a residential building and show the position of doors and windows for good ventilation. Briefly explain the principles of composition of buildings, emphasizing scale and proportion. What are the disadvantages of living in flats as compared to independent houses? How does the security level vary in these two types of housing? Design a Primary Health Center with following facilities. a) Entrance and waiting space b) Doctors consultation room 2 Nos. c) Examination room d) Operation Theatre e) Medical store f) Office g) Laboratory h) Family planning unit i) Male wards for 10 beds j) Female wards for 10 beds k) Toilet blocks 2Nos. Draw a single line diagram with suitable dimensions. Assume wuitable areas. (Contd…2)

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The line plan in the figure below shows the internal dimensions in mm. Draw to a suitable scale the following views: a) Plan b) Sectional Elevation Select suitable positions and sizes of doors and windows The specifications for the buildings are as follows: i) Foundation depth below ground level……………………..1.1.m ii) Plinth height above ground level…………………………...1.0 m iii) Mansonry in foundation and up to plinth – Uncoursed rubble masonry in lime mortar………………………………………………….1:2. iv) Mansonry in superstructure -1½ brick in cement mortar 1:6 v) Flooring – 25 mm thick mosaic tiles on 100mm thick 1:4:8 concrete bed. vi) Doors – Timber doors fully paneled, of suitable sizes. vii) Windows – Timber fully glazed, of suitable sizes. a. Roof: tiled roof, R.C.C.roof – 120mm thick R.C.C.slab of 1:2:4 with 80mm thick wearing course. Assume any other suitable data wherever required and mention the same in the drawing.

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