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Gewählte Master / Diploma Thesis:

Christian Schopf (2017): Modulbauten mit Brettsperrholz - Technische Anforderungen und praktische Umsetzung im mehrgeschossigen Wohnbau.
Master / Diploma Thesis - Institut für Holztechnologie und Nachwachsende Rohstoffe, BOKU-Universität für Bodenkultur, pp 126. UB BOKU obvsg

Data Source: ZID Abstracts
Abstract:
The development of the laminar acting solid wood product – cross laminated timber (CLT) leads to a fundamental change of the application prospects in timber construction. A permanently increasing share on the building sector, new areas of operation and modern, optimized construction techniques are deliverables of the intensive development in the last years. Especially in urban areas there is a demand for fast, simple, economic and ecologic arguable solutions regarding new buildings as well as conversion or development of lodging. Industrial prefabrication methods, where cross laminated timber elements are linked together to modules, seem to be able to fulfill these requirements. However, there are lacks of clarity and precariousness and numerous restrictions on the side of engineering and building physics, which are not yet discussed in literature. This thesis contains an overview of timber construction methods, explains the basics of the cross laminated timber production and characterize the application in modular building systems. In addition, fundamentals and requests of structural analyses and building physics in the field of multi-story buildings are illustrated. Furthermore, formulas and essential parameters for the structural design are given. The main part deals with the practical implementation of the standards into a reference building. Considering the exactly defined requests, the domestic architecture and the necessary module constructions are projected, determined statically and optimized with regard to material inventory. In due consideration of the building physics, wall and floor mountings are depicted and connection details just as the arrangement of the wirings are illustrated in a final step.

Beurteilende(r): Teischinger Alfred

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