COURSE OBJECTIVE FOR PRE- ENGINEERED BUILDINGS MASTERCLASS 2018
During the 1960s, standardized engineering designs for buildings were first marketed as PEBs. Historically, the primary framing structure of a pre-engineered building is an assembly of I-shaped members, often referred to as I-beams. In pre-engineered buildings, the I beams used are usually formed by welding together steel plates to form the I section. The I beams are then field-assembled (e.g. bolted connections) to form the entire frame of the pre-engineered building. Some manufacturers taper the framing members (varying in web depth) according to the local loading effects. Larger plate dimensions are used in areas of higher load effects.
Other forms of primary framing can include trusses, mill sections rather than three-plate welded, castellated beams, etc. The choice of economic form can vary depending on factors such as local capabilities (e.g. manufacturing, transportation, construction) and variations in material vs. labor costs.
Typically, primary frames are 2D type frames (i.e. may be analyzed using two-dimensional techniques). Advances in computer-aided design technology, materials, and manufacturing capabilities have assisted a growth in alternate forms of pre-engineered building such as the tension fabric building and more sophisticated analysis (e.g. three-dimensional) as is required by some building codes
Due to the systems approach, there is a significant saving in design, manufacturing and site erection cost.
Pre-engineered Buildings are about 30% lighter than the conventional steel structures. Hence, the foundations are of simple design, easy to construct and lighter weights.
Since all the connections of the different components are standard, the erection time is faster.
Flexibility of Expansion:
Buildings can be easily expanded in length by adding additional bays. Also, expansion in width and height is possible by pre-designing for future expansion.
Large Clear Spans:
Buildings can be supplied to around 90M clear spans.
As buildings are manufactured completely in the factory under controlled conditions, the quality is assured.
Buildings are supplied with high-quality paint systems for cladding and steel to suit ambient conditions at site, which
results in long durability and low maintenance costs.
Energy Efficient Roof and Wall Systems:
Buildings can be supplied with polyurethane insulated panels or fiber-glass blanket insulation to achieve required ‘U’
Buildings can be supplied with various types of fascias, canopies, and curved eaves and designed to receive precast
concrete wall panels, curtain walls, block walls and other wall systems.
2-DAY TRAINING AGENDA FOR PRE- ENGINEERED BUILDINGS MASTERCLASS 2018
Introduction of PEB
Benefits of PEB
Application of PEB
Different Type of Steel Structures
Quality & Maintenance System
PEB Components & Its Mechanism
Basic Parameters of PEB
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