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9 introduction to wood frame construction (mongolian)

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9 introduction to wood frame construction (mongolian)

  1. 1. Ìîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãà Introduction to Wood-Frame Construction Канадын орон сууц, барилгын төв Canadian Housing & Construction CentreÌîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Ìîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãà íü ãîëäóó ð ¿ ð óó áåòîí ñóóðüòàé áàéäàã. Wood-frame houses are usually supported on concrete foundations. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 1
  2. 2. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction CentreÌîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Áåòîí ñóóðèí äýýð æèéðãýâ÷ äýâñýí ìîäîí õàâòàíãààð ºíãºëæ àíêîð á áîîëòîîð áýõëýõ á çàìààð ìîäîí êàðêàñûã ñóóðüòàé íü áýõýëíý. Wooden ‘sill’ plates are placed over a gasket material and attached to the concrete foundation with anchor bolts to securely fasten the wood-frame structure to the foundation. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 2
  3. 3. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 3
  4. 4. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction CentreÌîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Y¿íèé äàðàà øàë, õàíûã ºðæ ñóóðüòàé ¿ ð ð óóð õàìò áýõýëæ àþóëã¿é áàéäëûã õàíãàíà. The floors and walls are then constructed and securely fastened to the foundation. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 4
  5. 5. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction CentreÌîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Øàëíû ÿñ ìîäûã ãîëäóó ñòàíäàðòûí äàãóó áîëîâñðóóëæ áýëòãýñýí ç¿ñìýë ìîäîîð õèéíý õèéíý. Structural floor framing members are usually dimension lumber or engineered wood products. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 5
  6. 6. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction CentreÌîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Øàëíû äýâñãýð õýñýãò õàâòãàé áóþó õàòóóðóóëñàí ìîäûã àøèãëàõ áºãººä øàëíû óóðóó ä ä äýð ìîäòîé õîëáîæ áýõýëíý Sub-floors are usually panel products such as plywood or oriented strand board (OSB), and are securely fastened to the floor joists. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 6
  7. 7. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 7
  8. 8. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction CentreÌîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Ä ð Äàðàà íü ãàäíà, ä ä , äîòîð õàíûã ºðæ ð ð òóõàé á¿ðä íü áýõýëíý. Exterior and interior walls are then constructed, raised into position, and temporarily braced. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 8
  9. 9. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 9
  10. 10. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction CentreÌîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Íýãä¿ãýýð äàâõðûí õàíûã ºðñºíèé äàðàà äàðàà÷èéí äàâõðûã ºðºõèéí çýðýãöýý øàòàà áàðèíà. Once the first floor walls have been constructed, the next level will be built, and stairs constructed. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 10
  11. 11. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 11
  12. 12. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction CentreÌîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Èíãýýä á¿õ õàíûã ºðæ áýõýëæ äóóñìàãö äýýâðèéí õýñýã áóþó øóâóó íóðóóã òàâüæ é á òóëãóóð ìîäòîé áýõýëíý. Once all the walls have been built and temporarily braced, rafters and/or roof trusses are placed and secured into position. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 12
  13. 13. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 13
  14. 14. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 14
  15. 15. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction CentreÌîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Äýýâðèéí ÿñ ìîä áýëýí áîëìîãö á¿ðõ¿¿ë õýñãèéã ºðíº. Once the roofed is sheathed, a final roof covering can be applied. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 15
  16. 16. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 16
  17. 17. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 17
  18. 18. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 18
  19. 19. Ìîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Ìîäîí êàðêàñòàé áàðèëãàä öàõèëãààíû ìîíòàæ, õàëààëòûí ñèñòåì, àãààðæóóëàã÷ çýðãèéí ñóóðèëóóëàõàä õÿëáàð áàéäàã . Wood-frame construction provides for the easy installation of electrical, plumbing, heating, air conditioning and other mechanical systems. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 19
  20. 20. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 20
  21. 21. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction CentreÌîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Öîíõûã ñóóðèëóóëñàíû äàðàà ãàäíàõ õýñýãò íü õàìãààëàëòûí õààëò õèéíý Windows are installed and the exterior covered with a sheathing membrane. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 21
  22. 22. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 22
  23. 23. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction CentreÌîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Ãàäíà çàñëûí àæèë õèéãäýæ ýõýëíý ýõýëíý. Exterior finishes can now be applied. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 23
  24. 24. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 24
  25. 25. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 25
  26. 26. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 26
  27. 27. Ìîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction ̺í äóëààí òóñãààðëàã÷èéí àæëûã ýõýëæ áîëíî. Insulation can now be installed. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 27
  28. 28. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 28
  29. 29. Ìîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Äîòîîä ÿñ ìîäîíä ãèïñýí õàâòàí áýõýëíý. áýõýëíý Gypsum board is then applied to the interior of the framing members and finished. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 29
  30. 30. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 30
  31. 31. Ìîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction ¯ëäñýí çàñàë ÷èìýãëýëèéí àæëûã ã¿éöýòãýíý ã¿éöýòãýíý. The rest of the interior finishing can now be completed. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 31
  32. 32. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 32
  33. 33. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 33
  34. 34. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction CentreÌîäîí êàðêàñ á¿õèé áàðèëãûí òàíèëöóóëãàIntroduction to Wood-Frame Construction Ñóóö èéíõ¿¿ áýëýí áîëíî. áîëíî The home is now completed and ready for occupancy. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 34
  35. 35. © 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre© 2007 BCIT Canadian Housing & Construction Centre 35

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