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National Building Code of India 2005

 
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 22, 2005 5:53 am    Post subject: National Building Code of India 2005 Reply with quote

Sub: National Building Code of India  2005

Dear Sir,

Just Bureau of  Indian Standards (BIS)  has published new second revision
of  National Building Code of India 2005,   revised after 22 years.

The National Building Code of India  is a single document in which, like a
network, the information contained in  various Indian Standards is woven
into a pattern of continuity and cogency with  the interdependent
requirements of Sections carefully analyzed and fitted into  make the
whole document a cogent continuous volume. A continuous thread of
'preplanning' is woven which, in itself, contributes considerable to the
economies in construction particularly in building and plumbing  services.

The code contains regulations which  can be immediately adopted or enacted
for use by various departments, municipal  administrations and public
bodies.  It lays down a set of minimum  provisions designed to protect the
safety of the public with regard to  structural sufficiency, fire hazards
and health aspects of buildings; so long as  these basic requirements are
met, the choice of materials and methods of design  and construction is
left to the ingenuity of the building professionals. The  Code also covers
aspects of administrative regulations, development control  rules and
general building requirements; fire protection requirements;  stipulations
regarding materials and structural design; rules for design of  electrical
installations, lighting, air conditioning and lifts; regulation for
ventilation, acoustics and plumbing services, such as water supply,
drainage,  sanitation and gas supply; measures to ensure safety of workers
and public  during construction; and rules for erection of signs and
outdoor display  structures.

CONTENTS:

Part 0   Integrated Approach-Prerequisite  for Applying Provisions of the
Code

Part 1   Definitions

Part 2   Administration

Part 3   Development Control Rules and  General Building Requirements

Part 4   Fire and Life  Safety

Part 5   Building Materials

Part 6   Structural Design
Section 1 Loads, Forces and Effects
Section 2 Soils and Foundations
Section 3 Timber and Bamboo
Section 4 Masonry
Section 5 Concrete
Section 6 Steel
Section 7 Prefabrication, Systems Building and Mixed/Composite
Construction

Part 7   Constructional  Practices  and Safety

Part 8   Building Services
Section 1 Lighting and Ventilation
Section 2 Electrical and Allied Installations
Section 3 Air Conditioning, Heating and Mechanical  Ventilation
Section 4 Acoustics, Sound Insulation and Noise  Control
Section 5 Installation of Lifts and Escalators

Part 9   Plumbing Services
Section 1 Water Supply,  Drainage and Sanitation (including Solid
Waste Management)
Section 2 Gas  Supply

Part 10   Landscaping, Signs and Outdoor  Display Structures
Section 1  Landscape Planning and Design
Section 2  Signs and Outdoor Display Structures

OUR TERMS:

This book is  priced at Rs. 7550

Supply through  Courier. Available in ex-stock.

We do not  charge any postage & packing as well as COURIER.

Kindly send  your order alongwith a draft for Rs. 7550/- in favour of Standards  Network Services drawn on Delhi  Bank.

Looking forward  to your valued order.

Thanking you  and assuring you of our best service

Sincerely  yours,

Manager  (Publicity)

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 22, 2005 10:23 am    Post subject: National Building Code of India 2005 Reply with quote

Seven Thousand and five hundred fifty????Isnt it too much for a poor
consulting engineer who keeps spending endlessly the text books, more codes
and their revisions and what not?? Any discount for CEAI and AIStructutE
members or for SEFI members???
Sangeeta

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2005 10:35 am    Post subject: National Building Code of India 2005 Reply with quote

 
In view of its importance and its real use for us, should not this be supplied free of cost. It may help reduce damages to buildings. rangarao

On Sat, 22 Oct 2005 sdec[AT]bol... wrote :
[quote]Seven Thousand and five hundred fifty????Isnt it too much for a poor
consulting engineer who keeps spending endlessly the text books, more codes
and their revisions and what not?? Any discount for CEAI and AIStructutE
members or for SEFI members???
Sangeeta

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 25, 2005 2:57 am    Post subject: National Building Code of India 2005 Reply with quote

25 October 2005

Re. National Building Code - 2005
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The price -- Rs. 7,550/- is pure extortion. I think we ought to petition the BIS to reduce the price to a reasonable level, considering that it is not an original work but is a revision of an older version.

Indrajit Barua.

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