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Building Design and Drawing
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About The Book
The object of this book is to cover the latest revised syllabus of RGPV and RKDF Universities in the subject of Building Design and Drawing. Recommendations of Bureau of Indian Standards are also incorporated. Each and every chapter is dealt with special attention and detailed. Solved exercise are added for the convenience of readers along with solved question of university questions. Also the basic principles, where ever found necessary are incorporated in detail, lucid and self taught way.
This book will be helpful to students of Civil Engineering, Degree, Architecture and Diploma Courses. It is also helpful to professors, lecturers and practicing engineers.
Special feature of this book is Inclusion of a chapter on Ancient Indian Building Science i.e. Vastushastra also referred as Vastu science and basic principles have been included in detailed, lucid and self taught manner. Though it is a very vast subject, we have tried to put the best in a short chapter.
Though utmost care has been taken to present the book in simple, straight and logical manner perfection is not claimed in fact suggestions from readers for improvement and corrections shall be most humbly entertained.

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Table of Contents
1.Conventional Representations, Symbols, Scales and Abbreviations
2.Foundation
3.Floors
4.Roofs and Roof Coverings
5.Arches and Lintels
6.Doors and Windows
7.Stairs and Stair Cases
8.Components (Elements) of a Building
9.Building Bye Laws
10.Principle of Buidling Planning
11.Building Services
12.Design and Drawing of Building
13.Isometric and Perspective Views
14Vaastu — An Introduction to Edifice Science

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SKU ED18
Author J.S. Layal & Dr. Ashish Dongre
Edition 2016
ISBN NO. 81-7684-917-0
Binding Paper Back
Number of Pages 350
Size 8.5 × 11 inch
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