GREEN BUILDING FOR QUALITY LIVING

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GREEN BUILDING FOR QUALITY LIVING : 

GREEN BUILDING FOR QUALITY LIVING

Contents: : 

Introduction Green building criterions Materials used in green building Case study Advantages Disadvantages Conclusion Reference Contents:

IS THIS A GREEN BUILDING? : 

IS THIS A GREEN BUILDING?

Introduction: : 

Green buildings are eco-friendly, resource efficient and are very energy efficient and are designed and commissioned to ensure healthy life for its occupants. They are more comfortable and easier to live with due to low operating and owning costs Introduction:

GREEN BUILDING CRITERIONS : 

Green building materials Sustainable siting and design Water efficiency Energy efficiency Indoor air quality GREEN BUILDING CRITERIONS

Some of the materials used in a GREEN BUILDING for good insulation : 

Hollow clay blocks Fly ash blocks Glass insulation Natural sand stones (rocks). Some of the materials used in a GREEN BUILDING for good insulation

Hollow clay block : 

Hollow clay block These clay hollow blocks are an innovation in the construction industry. This acts as best insulating material due to its hollowness. Fly ash block Due to uniform size of bricks mortar required for joints & plaster reduces almost by 50%. Due to lower water penetration seepage of water through bricks is considerably reduced.

Glass insulation : 

Glass insulation A double layered tinted glass acts as an insulator Which gives best architectural look to building. IG units reduce the level of noise from the outside. Its strength and durability make it a maintenance free material with a very long lifetime. eg: ancient forts It is a sustainable / Green Building material that can found in large quantities in nature. Natural sand stone

Let us know about the Green Building concept : 

Let us know about the Green Building concept Most important is site selection and orientation. Planning and designing. Use of proper materials. Techniques used to construct. Space management. Alternative materials used to conserve natural resources.

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N wind west PLANNING AND DESIGNING. ground floor plan

PLANNING AND DESIGNING. : 

PLANNING AND DESIGNING. First floor plan N

Use of proper materials for walls. : 

Use of proper materials for walls. Use of hollow clay blocks to prevent heat from western sun. Parapet wall constructed by means of a hollow block placing them vertically.

Techniques used in constructing a roof. : 

Techniques used in constructing a roof. clay bricks used to construct dome to enjoy the red clay and beauty of a sky light in living hall. Using a filler blocks in slab to reduce thickness of slab in economical point of view.

Alternative materials used to conserve natural resources. : 

Alternative materials used to conserve natural resources. The material is used alternative for wood.

Constructing GREEN BUILDING : 

Constructing GREEN BUILDING Location: near kelageri KHB developed plots, Doddanayakanakoppa,Dharwad Type of building: Residential building. Built up (Sq. ft.): 3829.58 (GF+FF). Date of completion (Under const): May 2013 Cost: 60akhs (Estimated) Owner: Srinand Pachhapure. Designed By: Arct.Vijaykumar Divatgi

CONSTRUCTED BY Hollow BLOCKS : 

CONSTRUCTED BY Hollow BLOCKS HOUSE BUILT IN HOSPET Located in the hot and dry climate of Hospet region and facing the western sun, the house was consciously oriented to utilize the south western breeze and to keep the western sun at bay from the activity area. Built Up Area: 2700 SFT Project Cost: Rs. 18 Lakhs Rs - 667.00/sft

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HOUSE BUILT IN HUBLI Built Up Area: 1500 SFT Project Cost: Rs. 18 Lakhs Rs - 1200.00/sft

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House under construction near Hubli Saraswatpur Placing of 4” hollow clay block over 4” cement block masonry wall as insulator. (right pic)

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Insulated by natural SAND STONE House built near Ranichannamma nagar Dharwad House built near Dharwad Insulated Hollow blocks protecting sun rays from west.

Advantages of green buildings : 

Environmental Benefits Temperature Moderation Waste Reduction.  Conservation of natural resources Economic Benefits Energy and Water Savings Increased Property Values. Increased Employee Productivity. Sales Improvements. Development of Local Talent Pool. Advantages of green buildings

DISADVANTAGES OF GREEN BUILDINGS : 

Initial Cost is high compared to non green buildings . Air Cooling Features. Structural Orientation. Increase in Building Cost is about 6% to 18% DISADVANTAGES OF GREEN BUILDINGS

conclusion : 

Adopting green concepts to buildings would help in leading a quality life. Green building is a much better product as compared to conventional homes. It’s good for your pocket book through much lower utility bills, medical bills and sick leave and you live with the knowledge that you are helping the earth. This green building changed the way we look at them than conventional buildings. conclusion

Reference : 

http://www.igbc.in (publications) http://www.wienerberger.in(hollow manufacture industry) Kind support from our guide Arct.Vijaykumar B Divatgi Reference

INSPIRED TO BE GREEN"Go Green” : 

THANK YOU BY Vikranth Patil[1] & Vishweshwarayya.Choukimath[2] Department of Civil Engineering AGMR College of Engineering, Varur, Hubli patilvikrant03@gmail.com vishweshwarayyachoukimath@gmail.com INSPIRED TO BE GREEN"Go Green”

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