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Dormitory Design for university students: need help
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Tue Mar 06 2007, 08:03am
Registered Member #73 Joined: Wed Jul 12 2006, 10:32am
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well said architect!
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Tue Mar 06 2007, 10:14am
Registered Member #26 Joined: Mon Nov 28 2005, 05:52pm
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i don’t understand, why you people are not common in the above thread.
Where the challenge are the same. Some one is looking for good place to implement her thesis on healthy building. She should be asked to talh with himel and check out whether she find this project ok for her thesis. And you should reply to her thread.

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Fri Mar 09 2007, 06:16am
Registered Member #294 Joined: Mon Oct 16 2006, 05:10pm
: Dhaka
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submission date is 13th march. before submission we dont have any class. i forget to ask instructor that
1. what is the suitable material for this project. i think concrete.
2. what will be the slabs thickness if i do it with concrete?
3. what will be the walls thickness?
3. can i use 10"/10" column? my slabs dimention is 20'/10'
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silent dark
Fri Mar 09 2007, 02:56pm
Registered Member #78 Joined: Tue Jul 18 2006, 05:42am
: Dhaka
Posts: 49
as i know 10"-10" column is not enough can make it 12"-12".. column size depends on you have 20' span so you can go with 20"-10" column also...and if u use beam than you can make slab thickness 6" and beam thick 20"...or if u use flat plate than slab will be 10". .wall thickness can 10" for brick wall.i like bricks..all the best for your submission.

that's my opinion .
if i says any wrong plz some one gives himel right information..
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