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LIGHTING I Fourteen lectures and seven 2-hour tutorials

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SYLLABUS

Illumination: Vector and Scalar. Modelling ratios. Luminance. Light sources.

Colour of lights and surfaces. Daylight and sunlight. Flow of light in buildings. Glare.

BOOKS

As recommended for First Year and

Lynes, J. A., Principles of Lighting. (Elsevier.)

Ѕ.А.А. CAЗO, Code for the Artificial Lighting of Buildings.

Architects Journal Oct., Nov. 1968, Sunlight. June, July 1969, Electric Light.

Turner, P. P.

(ed.),

Windows and Environment. (Pilkington.) Stevens, W. R., Building Physics Lighting. (Pergamon.) EXAMINATION

One 3-hour paper on completion of the series. Results of tutorials, laboratory work and assignments will form part of the examination.

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206. BUILDING SCIENCE PART IIF (Elective)

ACOUSTICS 1

Fourteen lectures, and tutorial assignments totalling fourteen hours.

SYLLABUS

The nature of sound. Measurement of sound. Practical use of measuring instru- ments. Behaviour of sound in rooms. Reverberation time and room function. Sound Absorption. Transmission of sound through building fabric. Insulation and Noise Con- trol. Calculations relating to absorption and insulation. Introduction to design of auditoria.

Books

As recommended for First Year and

Parkin, P. H., and Humphreys, H. R., Acoustics, Noise, and Buildings. ( Faber, 1969.)

Beranek, Leo L., Noise Reduction. ( McGraw-Hill, 1960.)

Moore, J. E., Design for Noise Reduction. ( Architectural Press, 1966.) EXAMINATION

One 3-hour paper on completion of the series. Results of tutorials and labora

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tory work will form part of the examination.

682-301. BUILDING SCIENCE PART IIIA

(Requisite)

MATERIALS 2

One lecture per week and a total of up to eight hours tutorial and laboratory work.

SYLLABUS

(i) Timber: Building Timbers; their indentification, grading selection and use.

(ii) Metals: A basic treatment of how metals may be expected to behave and why. The emphasis will be on the application of those ideas to metallic materials of importance in building.

(iii) Concrete: The properties, handling and finishing of concrete. . BOOKS

Flanagan, D.

(ed.),

Materials. ( Scientific American.) (i) Timber:

C.S.I.R.O. Division of Forest Products, Trade Circulars, Newsletters and Technological Papers.

Victorian Sawmillers' Association, Timber Manual, Vol. 1, Victorian Tim- bers.

Miscellaneous Trade Publications on Plywood, Particle Board and Fibre Board.

(ii) Metals:

Alexander and Street, Metals in the Service of Man. (Pelican, 1964.) (iii) Concrete:

Taylor, W. H., Concrete Technology and Practice.

Orchard, D. F., Concrete Technology Vols. 1 and 2.

Wilson, J. G., Exposed Concrete FtnsÌíes, Vols. 1 and 2.

EXAMINATION

One 1X-hour paper in each of the sections. Sections which are completed prior to mid-year examinations will be examined at that time. Results of tutorials and laboratory work will form part of the Annual Examination.

682-302. BUILDING SCIENCE

IIIB (Requisite) SERVICES 2

Lectures and tutorials up to a total of twenty-five hours. Up to four practical exercises will be required.

SYLLABUS

Emphasis will be on practical exercises in the incorporation of the following services in buildings and their design implications.

Cold water, hot water and fiuShometer services for large buildings. Fire and security services, circulation systems (lifts, escalators etc.), communication systems, larger electrical installations. Refuse disposal.

BOOKS

Dept. of Labour and National Service, Sanitary Plumbing and Water Supply.

P.M.G.'s Dept., Publications relating to Telephone Services.

Trade Publications relating to Lifts and Escalators.

Other publications as recommended during the course.

EXAMINATION

One 2-hour paper in the fourth term. Results of practical exercises will form part of the examination.

682-303. BUILDING SCIENCE PART IIIC (Requisite)

EARTH SCIENCE

Eighteen lectures, four 2-hour laboratory sessions and three field excursions.

SYLLABUS

Mineralogy and petrology related to the properties and identification of the more important igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. Introduction to struc- tural geology. Outline of the structure and properties of building stones.

Soil mechanics. Soil classification and identification. Compaction. Consolidation.

Shear strength. Soil-water relationships. Elements of foundation engineering. Geo- technical processes and instrumentation.

BOOKS

Terzaghi, K, and Peck, R. Soil Mechanics In Engineering Practice 2nd ed.

(Wiley) EXAMINATION

One 3-hour paper on completion of the series. Results of tutorials, laboratory work and assignments will form part of the examination.

682-304. BUILDING SCIENCE PART IIID (Elective)

THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS 2 Prerequisite: Thermal Performance of Buildings part I or equivalent.

Two

Point Unit-Lectures, tutorials and limited exercises involving not more than 72 hours.

Six Point Unit—As above but additional design assignments will be taken. Total time not more than 216 hours.

SYLLABUS

Extension of studies of Thermal Performance of Buildings Part I, to more com- plex situations such as officе buildings and a wider range of climatic conditions.

Economic comparisons. Optimization techniques. Use of electric analogues and digital computer facilities.

BOOKS

As for Thermal Performance of Buildings Part I.

EXAMINATION

Students will be assessed on work submitted during the year.

682305. BUILDING SCIENCE PART IIIE (Elective) LIGHTING 2

Prerequisite: Lighting I or equivalent.

Two Point Unit: Lectures and supervised exercises involving not more than 72 hours.

Four Point Unit: As above but additional design assignments will be taken. Total time not more than 144 hours.

SYLLABUS

Natural and artificial lighting. Sunlight penetration and control. Clare studies.

Apparent brightness design.

BOOKS

As for Lighting part I and

B.R.S. Digests Nos. 41 and 42 (Second Series) Estimating Daylight in Buildings part I and 11(1963-4)

Data Sheets, Natural Lighting of Buildings, Daylight Design Diagrams, Depart- ment of Labour and National Service, 1983

•Data Sheets, Architectural control of Sunlight Penetration Ая (Melbourne Set), Department of Labour and National Service.

Data Sheets, Artificial Lighting in factory and office L, Department of Labour and National Sеrvice.

Interior Lighting Design Handbook. 3rd edn. 1969 (Electrical Industries Fedn.

Brit.)

I.E.S. Handbook. (Illuminating Engineering Soc. U.S.A.) Lighting Calculations and Measurement. (Macmillan.) EXAMINATION

One 2-hour paper on completion of the series. Results of tutorials, exercises and assignments will form part of the examination.

682-306. BUILDING SCIENCE PART IIIF (Elective) ACOUSTICS 2

Prerequisite: Acoustics I or equivalent.

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maximum of twelve lectures and six assignments and laboratory work.

SYLLABUS

Room and transmission acoustics; noise control. Acoustic absorbents and insu- lators. Propagation of sound (as background to equipment studies).

BOOKS

As for Acoustics part I and

B.S.S. CCl: 1965, Glossary of Acoustical Terms.

•CP3 III: 1960, Sound Insulations and Noise Reduction.

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EXAMINATION

One 2-hour paper on completion of series. Results of tutorials, laboratory work and assignments will form part of the examination.

682-402. BULDING SCIENCE PART IVB (Elective)

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES One lecture per week.

SYLLABUS

The role of the Services Engineer.

A further study of the services and equipment of current building types, in- cluding an introduction to methods of design of such services.

The inter-relationship of services, environment and basic building design.

BOOKS

Reference books to be advised during the course.

EXAMINATION One 3-hour paper.

682-502. BUILDING SCIENCE PART VB (Elective)

SERVICES INTEGRATION Prerequisite: Building Science part IV.

A maximum of twelve 2-hour discussion sessions and a similar number of site inspections and four-hour periods for report writing.

SYLLABUS

Discussions analysing current building projects t followed by site inspections of

the

buildings discussed. Students will be required to submit field notes and an iustrated report on each of the buildings visited.

EXAMINATION

Students will be examined on the field notes and reports submitted.