HC-Lecture27-Pre-Fab-RConcrete

HC-Lecture27-Pre-Fab-RConcrete - Heavy Construction Heavy...

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Unformatted text preview: Heavy Construction Heavy Construction Lecture 27 Lecture 27 Pre-Fabricated Housing Royal Concrete Concepts L. Prieto-Portar 2008 Preparing a pre-fabricated concrete wall. Adding polystyrene insulation in a typical prefabricated concrete wall. Welding the steel reinforcement. Steel reinforcement. Installing electrical outlets and conduits inside the walls. Adding the welded wire mesh reinforcement. Concrete for the wall panel is a low-slump mix to attain high strength. Spreading the concrete to fill the 5 inches thick 6 ksi concrete wall. Trowel finishing the wall. The window and door frames are kept rigid with a temporary jig. The wall is taken to the storage and assembly area by a rubber-tire gantry crane. The rubber-tire gantry crane helps guide a finished wall into its place at the assembly site. Adding polystyrene is laid to insulate the floor slab. Adding welded wire mesh to the floor slab. Adding welded wire mesh to the floor slab....
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2011 for the course CCE 4001 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at FIU.

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