SEMINAR ON“PRE ENGINEERED BUILDINGS”                         Concept , Design &                         Construction BY- B...
INTRODUCTION Pre-Engineered Buildings can be adapted to suit a wide  variety of structural applications, the greatest eco...
 These are the structures basically produced at the factory  with high tensile steel material by collecting complete  inf...
Insulation (PEBI) Uniformly textured inorganic glass fibers bonded together  by a non-water soluble and fire-retardant th...
Design Criteria DESIGN METHOD: Allowable stress design method is  used as per the AISC specifications. DEFLECTIONS: Unle...
 SECONDARY FRAMING: Cold formed Z sections or C  sections for purlins or girts designed as continuous beams  spanning ove...
ERECTION SYSTEM     Preparation for Erection2.    Pre Erection checks3.    Receiving Materials at site4.    Unloading Con...
Sheeting & Trimming Sheeting preparation Sheeting the walls Sheeting the roofs Miscellaneous trimmings Fascia
 Self weight                Self weight  30% lighter                 More heavy Primary Member is          Primary mem...
 Delivery – average 6 to 8    Delivery- average 20 to  weeks                         26 weeks Foundation-simple design,...
 Overall price - Higher Overall price -30%lower                                price per square meter. Architecture-ach...
PRE ENGINEERED BUILDING vsCONCRETE BUILDINGS
APPLICATIONS   Industrial Buildings   Warehouses   Commercial Complexes   Showrooms   Offices   Schools   Indoor St...
Industrial      Indoor Stadiums   BuildingParking lots   Railway Station
Aircraft Hangars   Metro Station Wear house        High rise Building
ADVANTAGES   Aesthetic Appeal   Faster Completion   Economical   Seismic Resistance   Ease of Expansion   Maintenanc...
CONCLUSION PEB concept has been very successful and well established  in North America, Australia and is presently expand...
REFERENCES Various websites from internet PEB project Vigyan Ashram, Pabal
Thank You!
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PEB construction-Mukesh Bhavsar

  1. 1. SEMINAR ON“PRE ENGINEERED BUILDINGS” Concept , Design & Construction BY- Bahadur Guide- Mukesh Bhavsar
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Pre-Engineered Buildings can be adapted to suit a wide variety of structural applications, the greatest economy will be realized when utilizing standard details. An efficiently designed Pre-Engineered Building can be lighter that the conventional steel buildings by up to 30%. Tailor made building based on client’s requirement & actual design calculations using tapered sections. Designing and casting is done in factory, building components are brought to site then fixed/jointed at the site. All connections are bolted.
  3. 3.  These are the structures basically produced at the factory with high tensile steel material by collecting complete information of the shed/building (viz; Length, Width, Height etc,). The entire design of column, rafters and other accessories is based on International structural standards and involve high technical welding and quality production. Video- How drawing is drawn using STRUCAD?
  4. 4. Insulation (PEBI) Uniformly textured inorganic glass fibers bonded together by a non-water soluble and fire-retardant thermosetting resin. It is free from coarse fibers and shot due to its mineral composition. PEBI is non-toxic and not hazardous to health.
  5. 5. Design Criteria DESIGN METHOD: Allowable stress design method is used as per the AISC specifications. DEFLECTIONS: Unless otherwise specified, the deflections will go to MBMA, AISC criteria and standard industry practices. PRIMARY FRAMING: Moment resisting frames with pinned or fixed bases.
  6. 6.  SECONDARY FRAMING: Cold formed Z sections or C sections for purlins or girts designed as continuous beams spanning over rafters and columns with laps. LONGITUDANAL STABILITY: Wind load on building end walls is transferred through roof purlins to braced bays and carried to the foundations through diagonal bracing. DESIGN SOFTWARE The latest software that is used for design is STAAD 2007.
  7. 7. ERECTION SYSTEM Preparation for Erection2. Pre Erection checks3. Receiving Materials at site4. Unloading Containers Erection of the Framing7. Preparation of the First Bay8. Main frames9. Mezzanine floors10. Crane Beams
  8. 8. Sheeting & Trimming Sheeting preparation Sheeting the walls Sheeting the roofs Miscellaneous trimmings Fascia
  9. 9.  Self weight  Self weight 30% lighter More heavy Primary Member is  Primary members are tapered section Hot rolled “I” section Secondary members  Secondary members are are light weight rolled “I” or “C” section framed “Z” and “C” which are heavy in section weight.
  10. 10.  Delivery – average 6 to 8  Delivery- average 20 to weeks 26 weeks Foundation-simple design,  Foundation- expensive, easy to construct & light heavy foundation wt. required. Erection cost and time-  Erection cost and time- accurately known 20% more than PEB
  11. 11.  Overall price - Higher Overall price -30%lower price per square meter. Architecture-achieved at  Architecture- achieved at low cost higher cost Erection process is easy,  Erection process is slow fast, step by step and extensive field labor is required.
  12. 12. PRE ENGINEERED BUILDING vsCONCRETE BUILDINGS
  13. 13. APPLICATIONS Industrial Buildings Warehouses Commercial Complexes Showrooms Offices Schools Indoor Stadiums Outdoor Stadiums with canopies Gas Stations Metro Stations, Bus Terminals, Parking Lots Primary Health Centers, Angan wadi’s And many more…
  14. 14. Industrial Indoor Stadiums BuildingParking lots Railway Station
  15. 15. Aircraft Hangars Metro Station Wear house High rise Building
  16. 16. ADVANTAGES Aesthetic Appeal Faster Completion Economical Seismic Resistance Ease of Expansion Maintenance Free Large Clear Spans Controlled Quality
  17. 17. CONCLUSION PEB concept has been very successful and well established in North America, Australia and is presently expanding in U.K and European countries. PEB construction is 30 to 40% faster than masonary construction. PEB buildings provide good insulation effect and would be highly suitable for a tropical country like India. The pre-engineered building calls for very fast construction of buildings and with good aesthetic looks and quality construction. Pre-engineered Buildings can be used extensively for construction of industrial and residential buildings.
  18. 18. REFERENCES Various websites from internet PEB project Vigyan Ashram, Pabal
  19. 19. Thank You!
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