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Contents of issue 7 (july) 2015

  • NEWS OF RAACS
  • Living Environment is a National Priority of Russia. Formation and Realization
  • Aleksandr V. KUZ'MIN, e-mail: raasn@raasn.ru
    Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences, ul. Bolshaya Dmitrovka, 24, 107031 Moscow, Russian Federation
  • Scientific Basis for Formation of Favorable Territorial-Spatial Environment in Russia
  • UDC 711.24(4/9)
    Georgiy S. YUSIN, e-mail: pravograd@mail.ru
    NIiPI Genplana Moskw, 2-ya Brestskaya ul., 2/14, 125047 Moskw, Russian Federation
  • The Safety of Living Environment - Meaning and Task of Building Science
  • UDC 69.003:658.011.8
    Vladimir I. TRAVUSH, e-mail: travush@mail.ru
    GORPROEKT, nab. Akademika Tupoleva, 15, korp. 15, jet. 5, Moscow 105005, Russian Federation
    Sergey G. EMEL'YANOV, e-mail: swsu.ee@gmail.com, Vitaly I. KOLCHUNOV, e-mail: asiorel@mail.ru
    Southwest State University, ul. 50 let Oktyabrya, 94, Kursk 305040, Russian Federation
    Abstract. Definitions of hazards and characteristic conditions of the interaction in the system man - living environment - nature are given. The analysis of modern scientific research on the issue of human security in the living environment, as well as the analysis of causes of emergency situations at the real estate objects is made. Along with general security concepts, some new directions of research in the field of mechanical safety and survivability of buildings and structures under various loads and impacts including emergency situations are considered. It is shown that in the course of actualization of new normative documents in the field of safety of buildings and structures, it will be necessary not only to clarify the terminology of described requirements and technical design rules, but to include the reasonable enough and experimentally confirmed new provisions relating to the protection of buildings and structures in terms of design and beyond design basis impacts.
    Key words: safety of living environment, mechanical safety, survivability of buildings and structures, reliability of objects, progressive failure.
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    2. Il'ichev V. A., Emel'yanov S. G., Kolchunov V. I., Gordon V. A., Bakaeva N. V. Printsipy preobrazovaniya goroda v biosferosovmestimyy i razvivayushchiy cheloveka [The principles of transformation of the city in biospherically and developing the person]. Moscow, ASV Publ., 2015. 184 p. (In Russian).
    3. Il'ichev V. A., Emel'yanov S. G. Preobrazovanie gorodov v biosferosovmestimye i razvivayushchie cheloveka [The transformation of cities in biosphereatmosphere and developing the person]. Kursk, YuZGU Publ., 2013. 99 p. (In Russian).
    4. Bulgakov S. N., Tamrazyan A. G., Rakhman I. A., Stepanov A. Yu. Snizhenie riskov v stroitel'stve pri chrezvychaynykh situatsiyakh prirodnogo i tekhnogennogo kharaktera [Reduction of risks in construction in emergency situations of natural and technogenic character]. Moscow, MAKS Press Publ., 2004. 304 p. (In Russian).
    5. Maslennikov A. M. Riski vozniknoveniya prirodnykh i tekhnogennykh katastrof [The risks of natural and man-made disasters]. St. Petersburg, SPbGASU Publ., 2008. 165 p. (In Russian).
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    7. Kolchunov V. I., Skobeleva E. A., Bruma E. V. The method of calculation of the indicator of the accessibility of public buildings and structures of low-mobility population groups. Stroitel'stvo i rekonstruktsiya, 2013, no. 4, pp. 60-68. (In Russian).
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    9. Azarov V. N. Ekologiya [Ecology]. Moscow, Feniks Publ., 2009. 348 p. (In Russian).
    10. Tverdye bytovye otkhody v RF: marketingovoe issledovanie [Municipal solid waste in the Russian Federation: market research]. Moscow, Inventika Publ., 2010. 143 p. URL: http://inventica.ru/researches/ mr_004.html (accessed 10.06.2015). (In Russian).
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    12. Rzhanitsyn A. R. Teoriya rascheta stroitel'nykh konstruktsiy na nadezhnost' [Theory of calculation of building structures on the reliability]. Moscow, Stroyizdat Publ., 1986. 242 p. (In Russian).
    13. Travush V. I., Kolchunov V. I., Klyueva N. V. Some directions of development of the theory of survivability of structural systems of buildings and structures. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2015, no. 3, pp. 4-9. (In Russian).
    14. Tamrazyan A. G. Calculation of eccentrically compressed reinforced concrete elements under dynamic loading conditions in the impacts of fire. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2015, no. 3, pp. 29-35. (In Russian).
    15. Klyueva N. V., Androsova N. B. To the construction criteria of survivability of corrosion-damaged reinforced concrete structural systems. Stroitel'naya mekhanika i raschet sooruzheniy, 2009, no. 1, pp. 29-34. (In Russian).
  • BUILDING MECHANICS
  • Calculation-Experimental Studies of Steel-Reinforced Concrete Structures
  • UDC 624.012.35/45
    Farit S. ZAMALIEV, e-mail: zamaliev49@mail.ru
    Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering, ul. Zelenaya, 1, Kazan 420043, Russian Federation
    Vasily V. FILIPPOV, e-mail: filippov-vv@fsk-ees.ru
    Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System, ul. Akademika Chelomey, 5A, Moscow 117630, Russian Federation
    Abstract. The current state of the design of steel-concrete structures is analyzed. The estimate of the stress-strain state of flexible elements and methods for their calculation is made. It is proposed to use the deformation model of calculation based on analytical and transformed diagrams of steel and concrete operation. Expressions for determining the position of the neutral axis and internal moments as well as additional factors under the long-term and repeated-static loading are presented. Programs of the calculation for different regimes of loading have been developed. Features of the operation of anchor ties ensuring the joint operation of composite steel-concrete structure layers are considered. It is proposed to determine the shearing force between the layers on the basis of the theory of composite bars of R.A. Rzhanitsin, the bearing capacity of the contact seam - on the basis of the stress-strain state of the anchor rod and contact concrete. The method for estimating the strength of anchor connection of a plate with a steel beam is presented. Results of the test of models and samples on the static, short-term, long-term and re-static (cyclic) loadings are given. The analysis of the stress-strain state of the samples under different types of loading is made; the comparison of the results of theoretical calculations with the data of experimental research is also.
    Key words: steel-concrete structures, strength, design model, anchor ties, experimental studies, deformation, stress.
  • REFERENCES
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    2. Rumyantseva I. A., Ayrumyan E. L. Composite structures of interfloor overlappings]. Sovremennoe vysotnoe stroitel'stvo [Modern high-rise construction]. Moscow, ITTs Moskomarkhitektury Publ., 2007, pp. 282-285. (In Russian).
    3. Ayrumyan E. L., Rumyantseva I. A. Reinforcing the cast-in-situ r. c. floor slab by steel shaped deck. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2007, no. 4, pp. 25-27. (In Russian).
    4. Patent RF 82726. Stalezhelezobetonnyy karkas [Steel-concrete composite frame]. 2008130590, zayav. 24.07.2008. (In Russian).
    5. Pekin D. A. Plitnaya stalezhelezobetonnaya konstruktsiya [Slab of steel-concrete composite construction]. Moscow, ASV Publ., 2010. 440 p. (In Russian).
    6. Dzhonson R. P. Rukovodstvo dlya proektirovshchikov k Evrokodu 4: Proektirovanie stalezhelezobetonnykh konstruktsiy [Designers quide to EUROCODE 4: Design of composite steel and concrete structures EN 1994-1-1]. Moscow, MGSU Publ., 2013. 412 p. (In Russian).
    7. Almazov V. O. Problems of application of Eurocodes in Russia. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2012, no. 7, pp. 36-38. (In Russian).
    8. Almazov V. O. Harmonization of building codes: the necessity and possibilities. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2007, no. 1, pp. 51-54. (In Russian).
    9. Karpenko N. I., Travush V. I. Development of design methods of construction designs, buildings and constructions. Effektivnye stroitel'nye konstruktsii: teoriya i praktika [Efficient building design: theory and practice]. Penza, 2002, pp. 5-8. (In Russian).
    10. Zamaliev F. S. Taking into account nonlinear properties of materials and deformability of layers when calculating the strength of steel-reinforced concrete floors. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2013, no. 5, pp. 38-41. (In Russian).
    11. Gorev V. V., Uvarov B. Yu., Filippov V. V., et al. Metallicheskie konstruktsii. Spetskonstruktsii i sooruzheniya [The metal structure. Special structures and constructions]. Moscow, Vysshaya shkola Publ., 2005, vol. 3, pp. 295-303. (In Russian).
    12. STO 0047-2005. Perekrytiya stalezhelezobetonnye s monolitnoy plitoy po stal'nomu profnastilu. Raschet i proektirovanie [Overlap with monolithic steel-concrete composite slab on steel decking. Calculation and design]. Moscow, TsNIIPSK im. Mel'nikova Publ., 2005. 43 p. (In Russian).
    13. Bashirov Kh. Z. The definition of the parameters of the normal sections in reinforced concrete composite structures .Transportnoe stroitel'stvo, 2013, no. 5, pp. 23-25. (In Russian).
    14. Zamaliev F. S. Estimating strength of anchor links flexible composite structures. Izvestiya Kazanskogo gosudarstvennogo arkhitekturno-stroitel'nogo universiteta, 2015, no. 1 (31), pp. 46-52. (In Russian).
    15. Zamaliev F. S. Experiments on steel-concrete composite structures to identify the actual stress-strain state, up to their destruction. Mekhanika razrusheniya stroitel'nykh materialov i konstruktsiy [Fracture mechanics building materials and structures]. VIII Akademicheskie chteniya RAASN. Kazan, 2014, pp. 88-96. (In Russian).
  • Ductility of Rod Systems with Nodal Connections on Dimensional Leaf Corner Plates
  • UDC 692.426:624.014
    Vjacheslav I. DRAGAN
    Andrei B. SHURYN, e-mail: shuryn@mail.ru
    Brest State Technic University, ul. Moskovskaya 17, Brest 224017, Republic of Belarus
    Abstract. An efficient construction of a large-span combined roofing of metallic arches and a structural slab has been worked out. For covering a large span, two independent constructions, which have never been applied before for joint work, are used. The main constructive idea of such a structure is that the combined construction ensures the joint work of the structural slab and the tie-beam on the perception of the arch thrust, which leads to decreasing the construction sags and reducing the strain in the arch elements. A model of operation of the nodal junction of the structural construction on dimensional leaf corner plates with bolt junctions that work on shear and crushing, has been developed. The research in defining its deformation parameters has been conducted. It is established that the ductility of nodal elements on dimensional leaf corner plates leads to appearing additional sags in the structural slab and redistributing inner strains in the system. The change in the longitudinal strain in the elements of the structural slab in low-loaded rods is possible, which may lead to loss of stability. The comparison of the on-location testing results of the large-span combined structural roofing of the sports complex in Brest with the data of static calculation of the developed finite-element model with due regard for the ductility of the structural construction units is carried out. The correspondence of the combined construction actual operation with the adopted calculated model is determined.
    Key words: ductility, arches, structural construction, large-span roofing, nodal junction, stress-strain state, finite-element model.
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    7. Dragan V. I., Shuryn A. B. Actual work of the metal combined structural shell, covering the ice rink on the street holovatsky in Gomel. Vestnik Belorussko-Rossijskogo universiteta, 2012, no. 1, pp. 118-126. (In Russian).
    8. Alpatov V. Ju., Kholopov I. S., Soloviev A. V. Study of a unit of spatial rod structure tub welded. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2010, no. 8, pp. 38- 40. (In Russian).
    9. Dragan V. I., Shuryn A. B. Experimental study of bearing capacity of long-span metal coating of the building of a universal sports complex in Brest. Stroitel'naja nauka i tehnika, 2005, no. 2, pp. 9-14. (In Russian).
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  • BUILDING STRUCTURES, BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES
  • Stress-Strain State of Cross Section Wooden Beams on Composite Connections at Long-Term Load
  • UDC 624.011.1
    Nickolay V. LINKOV, e-mail: Nicklinkov@gmail.com
    Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Yaroslavskoe shosse, 26, Moscow 129337, Russian Federation
    Abstract. This article deals with results of the test of a cross section wooden beam at long-term load, in which the combined action of different stanchions is provided by the connection "CM packing block". The "CM packing block" connection is made with the use of a composite material on the basis of epoxy matrix and glass fiber fabric, and has high bearing capacity and small deformability. The technique of conducting tests and measurements is presented; main parameters of the stress-strain state of the cross section wooden beam under long-term constant loading, such as a deflection in the mid-span, unit strains in the area of pure bending, mutual shear strain of cross section elements on the structure support. To calculate wooden elements of cross section at the joint "CM packing block" as described in SP 64.13330.2011 "SNIP II-25-80 Wooden structures", coefficients of operational conditions which take into account the reduction of bearing capacity of cross section wooden elements of the 1st and 2nd group of limit states due to the flexibility of shear joints with due regard for load-term load action. The long-term strength coefficient, which takes into account the reduction of strength capacity of "CM packing block" joint in time in the cross section wooden element under constant loading has been determined,
    Key words: joints using composite materials, cross section wooden beam, shear strain, deflection, unit strain, normal stress, long-term loading, coefficient of operational conditions, long-term strength coefficient.
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    4. Shilin A. A., Pshenichnyy V. A., Kartuzov D. V. Usilenie zhelezobetonnykh konstruktsiy kompozitsionnymi materialami [Strengthening ferroconcrete constructions by the composite materials]. Moscow, Stroyizdat Publ., 2004. 144 p. (In Russian).
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    7. Filimonov E. V., Linkov N. V. Evaluating the strength and deformability of polymeric joints of wooden structures. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2006, no. 4, pp. 53-54. (In Russian).
    8. Linkov N. V. Bearing capacity and deformability of joining of timber structures with a composite material on the basis of epoxy matrix and glass tissue. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2010, no. 10, pp. 28-31. (In Russian).
    9. Linkov N.V. Calculation of wooden beams of composite section, connections of which are made of a composite material according to the theory of built-up bars of A. R. Rzhanitsyn. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2013, no. 4, pp. 18-20. (In Russian).
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  • ECONOMY. MANAGEMENT. MARKETING
  • Project matrix is the Basis of Optimal Organizational Structure of investment-Construction Project
  • UDC 69:330.322.1
    Andrey A. MOROZENKO, e-mail: morozenkoAA@mgsu.ru
    Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Yaroslavskoe shosse, 26, Moscow 129337, Russian Federation
    Abstract. Issues of improving the efficiency of construction operations on the basis of formation of optimal organizational structure for the different stages of the life cycle of investment-construction project are considered. It is proposed to use the opportunities of the reflex-adaptive system, the hallmark of which is the change in the organizational structure of the enterprise depending on the stages of the project realization. For the purpose of presentation of the program of the project implementation in time, it is recommended to integrate the works in separate, economically independent functional blocks. The necessity for formation of the investment-construction project matrix, which makes it possible to create, on the basis of the work program of project realization, a structure of the project the most optimal from the point of view of efficiency, is substantiated. The algorithm of formation of the project matrix with due regard for economically self-sufficient functional blocks and stages of its implementation is offered.
    Key words: matrix of investment-construction project, reflex-adaptive organizational structure, plan for organization of construction, functional block of investment-construction project.
  • REFERENCES
    1. Volkov A. A., Anikin D. V. Functional model of the life cycle of corporate information space in construction organizations. Vestnik MGSU, 2013, no. 11, pp. 226-233. (In Russian).
    2. Ginzburg A. V., Nesterova E. I. Technology of continuous information support of life cycle of construction object. Vestnik MGSU, 2011, no. 5, pp. 317. (In Russian).
    3. Morozenko A. A. Improving the stability of the business processes of construction companies. Vestnik MGSU, 2009, no. 4, pp. 297-300. (In Russian).
    4. Korotkov D. Yu., Chulkov V. O. Lyfe cycle of construction project. Mir nauki, 2013, no. 1, pp. 18. (In Russian).
    5. Lapidus A. A. Efficiency potential of management and technical solutions for a construction object. Vestnik MGSU, 2014, no. 1. pp. 175-180. (In Russian).
    6. Titarenko B. P. Risk management as part of the system model of project-oriented management. Upravlenie proektami i programmami, 2006, no.1, pp. 76-89. (In Russian).
    7. Morozenko A. A. Features of the life cycle and phases of development of an investment construction project. Vestnik MGSU, 2013, no. 6, pp. 223-228. (In Russian).
    8. Morozenko A. A. Formation of Optimal Organizational Structure of Investment-Construction Project in Terms of Sustainability. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2012, no. 12, pp. 33-34. (In Russian).
    9. Morozenko A. A. Reflex adaptive model of organizational structure of investment construction project. Vestnik Povolzh'ya, 2013, no. 3, pp. 209-213. (In Russian).
  • Formation of an Innovative Scientific-Educational-Industrial Cluster in Construction Industry
  • UDC 69.003:658.011.8
    Inessa G. LUKMANOVA, e-mail: lukmanova@mgsu.ru
    Mikhail B. ADAMENKO
    Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Yaroslavskoe shosse, 26, Moscow 129337, Russian Federation
    Abstract. The article substantiates the thesis about the priority of the innovative way of effective functioning and sustainable development of enterprises of the construction industry. In the context of globalization, increasing competition, and taking into account the current state of the national economy, only modernization of production can ensure the economic sustainability of enterprises. All the enterprises and organizations, ensuring the development and introduction of innovations, must contribute to the process of construction industry modernization in order to obtain the multiplicative effect as a result of their interaction. The paper identifies the main participants in the innovation process in the construction industry: research institutions - developers of innovation; educational institutions training the necessary specialists; distribution centers of innovations; construction and design companies. The authors propose to establish the scientific-educational- industrial cluster as the basis for innovative development of the construction industry. The functioning of the cluster will provide the synergistic effect, the more so as the global interests of all participants purposefully coincide. The paper presents the developed models: the organization and functioning of the cluster; the life cycle of the cluster; and factor space in which operates a cluster. The creation of scientific- educational-industrial clusters is especially actual at the present state of construction industry which is at the stage of the emerging growth in the aspect of the cyclic development of the country economy.
    Key words: scientific-educational- industrial clusters, spatial and territorial integration, organizational and management integration, system-factor space of cluster, innovation potential of cluster, multiplicative synergistic effect of cluster activities.
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  • FIRE AND INDUSTRIAL SAFETY
  • Fire protection of steel structures
  • Andrey A. SOSKOV, e-mail: a.soskov@steel-development.ru, Denis G. PRONIN, e-mail: pronin.dg@mail.ru
    Steel Construction Development Association (SCDA), ul. Ostozhenka, 19, str. 1, Moscow 119034, Russian Federation
  • TECHNOLOGY AND BUILDING ORGANIZATION
  • Influence of Consumer Quality of Housing Stock on Cost of Overhaul
  • UDC 69.05.059.2:69.003.13
    Boris F. SHIRSHIKOV, e-mail: eduisa@mgsu.ru
    Rustam S. FATULLAEV, e-mail: roostyc@gmail.com
    Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Yaroslavskoe shosse, 26, Moscow, 129337, Russian Federation
    Abstract. In connection with the fact that today's tariffs on the overhaul of residential buildings vary only in terms of municipalities without due regard for their level of comfort, though the cost of repair of high comfort building is much higher than the cost of repair of houses of mass building, negative situations may occur including the stopping of planned overhaul. Authors analyze the changes in the cost of complex overhaul depending on the consumer quality of residential buildings, at that, the housing stock is divided, according to the consumer quality, into two classes - mass housing and increased comfort housing. The influence of consumer quality on the cost of complex overhaul is determined on the basis of comparison of the cost of certain types of works included in the list of works obligatory for overhaul of residential buildings. The consumer quality coefficient, which takes into account the change in the cost of complex overhaul of residential buildings depending on their consumer quality, has been calculated.
    Key words: apartment buildings, cost of complex overhaul, coefficient of consumer quality, increased comfort housing, mass housing, overhaul fund.
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  • The Retrospective Analysis In Design And Residence Construction Process For A Feasibility Report
  • UDC 69.05
    Ilia L. KIEVSKIY, e-mail:i.kievskiy@dev-city.ru
    Mikhail E. KARGASHIN, e-mail: m.kargashin@dev-city.ru
    Research and Design Center "CITY DEVELOPMENT", Prospect Mira ul., 19, str. 3, 129090 Moscow, Russian Federation
    Alexandr S. SERGEEV, e-mail: sergeev.as@gmail.com
    Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Yaroslavskoe shosse, 26, Moscow 129337, Russian Federation
    Abstract. The retrospective analysis of urban processes occurs when analyzing the current practice of construction such objects as in Moscow investment program. This research shows the author's method of retrospective analysis of budget construction variables in urban development process. Retrospective analysis of groups of objects (housing and education facilities) allows to define eighty two public housing objects and fifty nine objects that belong to Moscow Department of Education, which fully reflect the trend in the implementation of the public construction in Moscow. Each object identifies critical (essential) retreat (inconsistency) from standard models of urban development process that allows to form statistical evidence identifying the main trends and possible causal relationships of deviations between normative and the actual duration of the stages. Designing sketches and construction schemes are formed within software module developed by engineering research center "Razvitie goroda". It allows retrospective analysis to identify inconsistencies between the normative and the practical terms of the urban development process stages. Retrospective analysis of the 45 settled houses construction (settlement in 2013-2014) built with the municipality budget shows that the economical consequences of an insufficient level of process organization lead to economic losses - 10% of the construction cost, which is a significant reserve for the technical and economical indicators growth.
    Key words: urban development process stages, executive schedule of construction projects, verification of the data, retrospective analysis.
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  • Construction Management as a Type of Works Affecting Safety of Facilities
  • UDC 69.05
    Pavel P. OLEYNIK, e-mail: cniomtp@mail.ru
    Victor I. BRODSKY, e-mail: viktor.37@mail.ru
    Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Yaroslavskoe shosse, 26, Moscow 129337, Russian Federation
    Absatrct. Main principles of the construction management as a type of works affecting the safety of objects of capital construction are presented. The distribution of kinds of works and their content under such categories as engineering survey, preparation of design documentation, construction, reconstruction, and overhaul is given. Conditions of providing the execution of works in the group "Construction Management" by general contracting and subcontracting organizations that obtained a certificate of admission to this group of works from a self-regulatory organization are analyzed. It is proposed to take into account the branch specificity characterized by multifactor indicators in terms of construction management. Moreover, conditions of distinguishing the residential and civil construction into a separate subgroup, in which various types of works with due regard for unique characteristics of preparatory and main periods of construction are included for the purpose of obtaining the admission certificate, are disclosed. In the framework of construction management, the attention is paid to the need for implementation of construction supervision for the purpose of ensuring the safety of buildings and structures. A possible structure of regulatory documents, which set a complex of requirements to organization of construction operations in the course of construction (reconstruction) of various facilities, is presented. It is shown that the realization of factors and conditions considered in this work will contribute to the improvement of quality of works, provision of economic efficiency of construction organizations activities.
    Key words: construction management, classification of kinds of works, safety of building and structures, construction permit, admission certificate, standards and recommendations on organization of construction operation management.
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  • HEAT SUPPLY, VENTILATION, LIGHTING
  • Aesthetics of Public Buildings When Using Stationary Sunscreens in Them under Conditions of Hot Climate
  • UDC 699.885
    Sergey V. STETSKY, -mail: AGPZ@mgsu.ru
    Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Yaroslavskoe shosse, 26, Moscow 129337, Russian Federation
    Abstract. Functional features typical for stationary sun-protection devices are considered on the example of buildings built in the countries with hot climate. Among others, their aesthetic qualities, which make it possible to improve the architecture of building facades, are analyzed. Sun protection means are divided into stationary sun protection devices, regulated (mobile) sun protection devices and sun protection methods on the basis of various architectural-planning, structural, and town-planning concepts. The latter may include summer and communication premises of buildings in the form of balconies, loggias, and galleries, elements of the large plastic of building facades, sizes of window openings and external wall thickness as well as shading effect of surrounding buildings. Besides, the great influence on sun-protective qualities of buildings and premises has their orientation. The article presents the lighting properties of stationary sun-protective devices, which under conditions of the clear sky and powerful luminous fluxes enhance the level of indoor natural lighting due to the reflection of sun rays from the elements of the external stationary sun protection and their redistribution in the form of diffused light in the interior. It is concluded that aesthetic properties of stationary and mobile sun protection devices significantly depend on their functional qualities. Together they define the comfort of the internal environment in buildings under conditions of hot and sunny climate as well as make it possible to create the original architectural image of these buildings.
    Key words: architectural-aesthetic expressiveness of buildings, hot sunny climate, stationary sun-protective devices, comfortable parameters of internal environment, natural lighting, summer and communication premises.
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