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Architectural engineering, also known as building engineering or architecture engineering, is an engineering discipline that deals with the technological aspects and multi-disciplinary approach to planning, design, construction and operation of buildings, such as analysis and integrated design of environmental systems (energy conservation, HVAC, plumbing, lighting, fire protection, acoustics, vertical and horizontal transportation), structural systems, behavior and properties of building components and materials, and construction management.

System for modular building construction

Construction systems for erecting building structures comprise a plurality of prefabricated interconnectable modular building units, each unit not meeting at least one of the ISO certification criteria for transport of cargo but each unit comprising a frame shaped as a rectangular parallelopiped and comprised of framing members and a plurality of nodes, each node situated at a corner of said frame for selective interconnection with other units, the nodes and the exterior dimensions of the frame conforming to ISO shipping standards such that each unit is transportable using the ISO intermodal transportation system, and such that when the units are aggregated horizontally and vertically and adjacent units are interconnected, a building structure comprising at least one habitable space is formed. The modular units are assembled in a factory remote from the job site, and are there constructed to a semi-finished state, including installation of one or more of interior fit-out systems and finishes, exterior envelope systems, plumbing systems, electrical systems, environmental systems, and fire protection systems, following which the semi-finished modular units are transported from the factory to the job site, where they are craned into place and secured to form the structure being erected, a plurality of adjacent pairs of semi-finished modular units also being “stitched” together, and the semi-finished modular units are thereafter constructed to a finished state.

High-altitude drill positioning method of building

The invention discloses a high-altitude drill positioning method of a building, which comprises a high-altitude marking device, a high-altitude drilling device and a high-altitude tightening device. The high-altitude drill positioning method comprises the following steps that when a plurality of fixing holes need to be drilled in the top surface of the building, the length of an adjustment rod of the high-altitude marking device is adjusted to be equal to the distance between any two fixing holes; a support rod of the high-altitude marking device is adjusted, so that the altitude from the top end of a marking rod to the ground is equal to the altitude from the fixing holes to the ground; the marking end head is pressed to the top surface, so as to draw marking points of the two fixing holes; the high-altitude drilling device is placed below the fixing holes, and a handle is pressed downward, so that a drill which is fixedly arranged on drilling equipment aligns with the marking points of the fixing holes; the drilling equipment is turned on to drill the holes which conform to a size; one end of an expansion bolt, which is provided with a nut, is inserted into the top end of the high-altitude tightening device; the expansion end of the bolt is inserted into a drilled fixing hole, and then a handle of the high-altitude tightening device is rotated to tighten the expansion bolt; and the steps are repeated, so as to complete the drill tightening operation of the remaining fixing holes. According to the high-altitude drill positioning method, the disadvantages of low construction quality and large difficulty because no reliable application point exists at high altitude are overcome, the construction quality is guaranteed, various potential safety hazards due to high-altitude construction of construction personnel are avoided, and the construction efficiency is greatly increased.
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