Nowadays, dry construction techniques are widely used in the building industry, especially in the field of facades, allowing the construction of increasingly complex buildings. These systems are characterized by their lightness and simplicity of installation, with excellent mechanical, energy, acoustic and sustainability performance. They are based on an evolved concept of building prefabrication that integrates with the building organism through a careful and detailed design development phase by specialized technicians. The vast range of products and materials available, and the varied choice of stratigraphy and connections, requires in-depth study of various notions concerning materials and structural engineering, the physics of the building from a thermal and acoustic point of view, and the study of the coupling combinations typical of multilayer and sandwich systems.

"Dry wall construction systems: material and components through an integrated design approach"

Paolo Rigone;Paolo Giussani
2021-01-01

Abstract

Nowadays, dry construction techniques are widely used in the building industry, especially in the field of facades, allowing the construction of increasingly complex buildings. These systems are characterized by their lightness and simplicity of installation, with excellent mechanical, energy, acoustic and sustainability performance. They are based on an evolved concept of building prefabrication that integrates with the building organism through a careful and detailed design development phase by specialized technicians. The vast range of products and materials available, and the varied choice of stratigraphy and connections, requires in-depth study of various notions concerning materials and structural engineering, the physics of the building from a thermal and acoustic point of view, and the study of the coupling combinations typical of multilayer and sandwich systems.
dry wall, timber, CLT, X-LAM, façade, sustainability, energy, multilayer, performance
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