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Source-www.cbri.res.in
Submitted by –Sheetu Goel
Source-www.cbri.res.in
 The Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee, India. Has been vested with the
responsibility ...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
 Shelter planning
 Building materials
 Structures and Foundations
 Disaster mitigation includin...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
 To carry out R&D on all aspects of building and housing and assist the building industry
in solvi...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
FOCUS AREAS OF RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT IN CSIR-BBRI
 CBRI to work as world class knowledge
base for...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
ADVANCED
MATERIALS
ADVANCED BUILDING MATERIALS
 Plastic building products
 Recycling and reuse of...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
 Termite prevention in buildings
 Prevention of fungi attack in buildings
 Solid industrial wast...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
 Air pollution monitoring & control
 Water quality monitoring, water supply and resource manageme...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
ENERGY
EFFICIENT
BUILDINGS
ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS
 ·Development of guidelines for green and en...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
 Development of climatic zone map of India included in
BIS
 Evolution of methods for designing en...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
INFORMATION,
BUSINESS,
DEVELOPMENT &
EXTENSION
INFORMATION, BUSINESS, DEVELOPMENT & EXTENSION
 Dis...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
HEALTH
MONITORING
HEALTH MONITORING AND
REHABILITATION OF STRUCTURES
Distress diagnosis & strengthe...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
DISASTER
MITIGATION
DISASTER MITIGATION
Building dynamics, pre and post disaster mitigation & manag...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
 Solid industrial waste & contaminated soil
 Fire resistance of building elements and passive fir...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
 Recast walling components
 Stone masonry blocks
 Solid concrete blocks
 Lintels
 Lintel-cum-s...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
 BUILDING MACHINES
 WATERPROOFING & PAINTS  CONCRETE PRODUCTS
 EPS DOOR SHUTTERS
 EPOXY -PHENO...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
CBRICK
A technological approach for
employment generation in areas near
fly ash ponds.
 Quality br...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
COIR-CNSL BOARD
 Single layer flat pressed
medium density fiber board.
 Low water absorption
 Wo...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
SISALANA PANELS
 Raw materials: Sisal fiber and
polyester resin.
 Alternative to single walled pr...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
GYPSUM BINDER
 Water resistant gypsum binder.
 Properties :
 Color: Grayish white
 Bulk density...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
TERMITE CONTROL
 Unique facilities for culturing termites in
the lab.
 Evaluation of pesticides f...
Source-www.cbri.res.in
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  1. 1. Source-www.cbri.res.in Submitted by –Sheetu Goel
  2. 2. Source-www.cbri.res.in  The Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee, India. Has been vested with the responsibility of generating, cultivating and promoting building science and technology in the sevice of the country.  Since it’s inception in 1947, the Institute has been assisting the building construction and building material industries in finding timely, appropriate and economical solutions to the problems of materials, rural and urban housing, energy conservation, efficiency, fire hazards, structural and foundation problems and disaster mitigation.  At the national level, the Institute has close interaction with BMTPC, HUDCO, DST, Ministry of Urban Development, Ministry of Rural Areas, Housing Boards and Societies of the State Governments, engineering and academic institutions, construction and building material industries. Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee
  3. 3. Source-www.cbri.res.in  Shelter planning  Building materials  Structures and Foundations  Disaster mitigation including Fire Engineering  To develop new technologies for the promotion of building materials and systems  To disseminate the results of results of research far and wide for the good of community  To transfer the developed technologies to the industry for further commercialization.  To carry out applied and basic research in all areas of building science to solve problems confronting the country in:
  4. 4. Source-www.cbri.res.in  To carry out R&D on all aspects of building and housing and assist the building industry in solving problems of planning, designing, foundations, materials and construction including disaster mitigation.  All kinds of buildings with a view to achieve economy, comfort, functional efficiency, speed, productivity in construction, environment preservation and energy conservation.
  5. 5. Source-www.cbri.res.in FOCUS AREAS OF RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT IN CSIR-BBRI  CBRI to work as world class knowledge base for providing solutions to almost all area of Building / Habitat planning and construction including building materials, construction technology, fire engineering and disaster mitigation construction.  Under the 12th Five Year Plan, the institute is focusing on green building technologies.
  6. 6. Source-www.cbri.res.in ADVANCED MATERIALS ADVANCED BUILDING MATERIALS  Plastic building products  Recycling and reuse of plastic wastes  Weathering of plastics/ composites  Timber substitutes  Polymers in construction  Polymer composites based on natural /synthetic fibers  Polymer modified bitumen  Water proofing compound  Sealants and adhesives  Jute-Sisal fibre products  Bagasse-cement boards and panels- agro-waste utilization  Natural fibre based laminates/panels/sheets  Low density board/light weight sandwich panel using  paper industry waste  Thermal insulation of tiles using exfoliated vermiculite waste  MDF( medium density fiber board ) from plywood/veneer waste
  7. 7. Source-www.cbri.res.in  Termite prevention in buildings  Prevention of fungi attack in buildings  Solid industrial waste utilization in developing building products  Improved brick production and commercialization Of process technologies  Manual and mechanized production of bricks and tiles  Design and development of thermally efficient  Fixed chimney brick kiln  Utilization of low grade bio-mass in burning of bricks and tiles  Lime/cement based building bricks through pressing and  Autoclaving/atmospheric steam curing/ moist curing  Nanotechnology in the development of  Durable and ultra high strength concrete Processed fly ash  Design & development of high performance,  Fiber reinforced high volume fly ash concrete
  8. 8. Source-www.cbri.res.in  Air pollution monitoring & control  Water quality monitoring, water supply and resource management  Waste disposal, refuse and recycling  Environmental impact assessment & environmental management  plan (EMP) for projects of process industries and infrastructural projects  Environmental audit of building material industries  Environmental planning for problem areas  Engineering design and impact assessment of hazardous waste disposal facilities  Computer modeling of surface water, ground water, ambient Air and indoor air quality  Development of plant and machinery for building construction  Use of renewable energy in production of building materials
  9. 9. Source-www.cbri.res.in ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS  ·Development of guidelines for green and energy efficient buildings  Development of low cost technologies for economically weaker section  Development of space norms & standards for human settlements  Development of space norms & standards for educational & health care buildings  Industrialized building systems for low & medium rise structures  Development of guidelines for physically challenged  Guidelines, bye-laws code of practice for use of glass in buildings
  10. 10. Source-www.cbri.res.in  Development of climatic zone map of India included in BIS  Evolution of methods for designing energy efficient buildings  Thermal performance of building components and evaluation of thermal properties of building materials  Solar energy applications in buildings – passive heating and cooling of buildings  Wind tunnel measurements for estimation of aero dynamic forces  Energy simulation and energy conservation aspects in buildings to provide comfortable indoor environment
  11. 11. Source-www.cbri.res.in INFORMATION, BUSINESS, DEVELOPMENT & EXTENSION INFORMATION, BUSINESS, DEVELOPMENT & EXTENSION  Dissemination of R&D technologies through exhibitions, seminars, workshops and awareness campaigns  Building confidence and capacity by live demonstrations  Training and skill development programmes for engineers, artisans and other professionals  Counseling for production and use of newer technologies  Sustainable partnership with all stakeholders  Support and facilitate states, industries, educational institutions & NGOs in policy and implementation of innovative housing programme under CSIR 800
  12. 12. Source-www.cbri.res.in HEALTH MONITORING HEALTH MONITORING AND REHABILITATION OF STRUCTURES Distress diagnosis & strengthening of RC & heritage structures  Assessment of physical condition and techno-economic analysis of RC structures  Non destructive testing of concrete structures  Assessment of corrosion of reinforcement using half cell potential and resistively measurements  Stress analysis of structures  Suitable recommendations for repair & protective measures  Repair & rehabilitation of expansion joint in buildings  Repair & coating materials  Development of cathodic protection system for prevention of corrosion of reinforcing bars in RCC structures  Post fire assessment & rehabilitation of building structures
  13. 13. Source-www.cbri.res.in DISASTER MITIGATION DISASTER MITIGATION Building dynamics, pre and post disaster mitigation & management with reference to cyclones, earthquakes, landslides and fire hazards in buildings.  Distress diagnosis & strengthening of RC structures against distress  Vulnerability assessment of buildings due to earthquake/ wind  Constitutive modeling & non linear finite element analysis of structures  Service life prediction & reliability analysis of structures  Testing of models and prototype structural elements  Geological & geophysical investigation  Foundations and ground improvement  Geo-hazard- earthquakes and landslide studies  Application of remote sensing & GIS
  14. 14. Source-www.cbri.res.in  Solid industrial waste & contaminated soil  Fire resistance of building elements and passive fire protection systems  Fire spread modeling & simulation  Fire behavior of building materials  Fire retardant coatings  Fire extinguishment  Enclosure fire and response of heat sensitive devices  Use of nanotechnology in the development of fire retardant materials  Instant, temporary & permanent shelters for disaster (earthquake/cyclone) prone areas
  15. 15. Source-www.cbri.res.in  Recast walling components  Stone masonry blocks  Solid concrete blocks  Lintels  Lintel-cum-sunshades.  Partially-recast flooring/roofing systems  RC plank  Channel units  Ribbed slab  L-panels  Waffle units  Brick panel  Piles for foundation & ground improvement  Mini grouted  Spliced  Skirted granular  Under-reamed  Under-reamed bored compaction
  16. 16. Source-www.cbri.res.in  BUILDING MACHINES  WATERPROOFING & PAINTS  CONCRETE PRODUCTS  EPS DOOR SHUTTERS  EPOXY -PHENOLIC COATING  PILE FOUNDATION  GYPSUM PRODUCTS  CLAY PRODUCTS  LIME KILN  BRICKS & KILNS
  17. 17. Source-www.cbri.res.in CBRICK A technological approach for employment generation in areas near fly ash ponds.  Quality bricks from fly ash.  Compressive strength 40 to 80 kg/sq. cm.  Water absorption less than 20%.  Efflorescence free product  3000 Bricks per day production requires  Manpower: 10 persons  Land: 700 Sq.MT.  Power requirement: 10 KW  Suited to small scale industry CLAY FLYASH BRICKS  Value addition to fly ash  30% saving in fuel in firing as compared to traditional clay brick technology.  Suitable for manual and semi-mechanized production  Raw materials : Moderately plastic clay mass, fly ash and fuel. POLYTILES  High mechanical strength  Excellent chemical and wear resistance  Very low porosity  Decorative and durable  Suitable for floors and walls to residential, commercial and industrial buildings.
  18. 18. Source-www.cbri.res.in COIR-CNSL BOARD  Single layer flat pressed medium density fiber board.  Low water absorption  Workable with normal wood working tools  Paint-able, nail-able and screw-able  Physico-mechanical properties as per IS: 3087  100% wood replacement  Lab scale technology ready for transfe COIR-CEMENT BOARD  Panels of coir and cement conforming to BS:5669 (Part 4) - 1989 and ISO: 8335 - 1987.  Low thermal conductivity, better sound insulation and fire resistance.  Capable of being painted and laminated.  Cost-effective alternative to timber, particle boards and fiber boards.  Suitable for walling, door paneling, windows, partitions and false ceiling.
  19. 19. Source-www.cbri.res.in SISALANA PANELS  Raw materials: Sisal fiber and polyester resin.  Alternative to single walled press boards.  Light weight, rigid and weather resistant.  Screw-able and nail-able.  Adequate thermal insulation and sound absorption.  Panel meets IS: 12406-88 requirements.  Suitable for walling, door paneling and roofing applications.  For corrosion protection of concrete and steel structures exposed to aggressive environment.  Excellent bond with concrete and sheet.  Low water vapor transmission  Coefficient of thermal expansion comparable to concrete.  Excellent resistance to chemicals and fertilizers. IPN-CON COATING
  20. 20. Source-www.cbri.res.in GYPSUM BINDER  Water resistant gypsum binder.  Properties :  Color: Grayish white  Bulk density:1000-1200 kg/m3  Compressive strength:20-30 MPa (28 days)  Water absorption: 5-10% (28 days)  Performance in water:No leaching  Suitable for exterior applications for blocks and masonry mortars, low and high density glass fiber reinforced gypsum boards and for commercial gypsum plasters. EPS DOOR SHUTTER  Substitute for wood  Environment friendly  Conforms to ITADS:3-1992 IS:4020- 1994  Approved by CPWD  Excellent sound and thermal insulation.  Can be painted, polished and laminated.  Lighter than wooden door shutters.  Easy to install using normal carpentry tools
  21. 21. Source-www.cbri.res.in TERMITE CONTROL  Unique facilities for culturing termites in the lab.  Evaluation of pesticides for soil treatment.  Experimental stations in Dehradun, Jorhat, Hyderabad and Bangalore.  Development of herbal termite-repellent coatings.  Physical barriers to prevent termite entry into buildings.  Effectiveness of pesticides as wood preservatives.  Studies on bio-pesticides.  Testing of termite resistance of building materials ELECTRIC CURING OF CONCRETE  Early development of handling strength in precast concrete components.  Consistent quality product.  Low voltage (around 60V) to reduce electrical hazards.  Power consumption: 70 Kwh/m3 of concrete.  55-60% of 28-days strength attained within 24 hours.  Especially useful in low temperature regions.  Suitable for PCC poles, PSC railway sleepers and PCC rafters.
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