Studies on Structural Behaviour and Efficiency of Arch Paneled Tile Roofing for Low Cost Housing

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Studies On Structural Behaviour And Efficiency Of Arch Paneled Tile Roofing For Low Cost Housing

Studies on Structural Behaviour and Efficiency of Arch Paneled Tile Roofing for Low Cost Housing

Abstract

The Studies On Structural Behaviour And Efficiency Of Arch Paneled Tile Roofing For Low Cost Housing paper presents work on low-cost and sustainable alternative building materials with advantages in areas such as India where concrete or steel housing is expensive. Since economic factors have dramatically influenced the construction industry in recent years and steel is scarce and expensive in many parts of the world, many researchers are looking for low-cost materials as a substitute or alternative to the present situation.

Various materials have recently shown promise for future use as a major building material.Green building has taken off in the last year with many builders and new homeowners looking for new and different construction methods that could potentially offset energy costs. Building low-cost housing using low-cost building materials increases low-income peoples ‘ access to buildings.

Green building has taken off in the last year with many builders and new homeowners looking for new and different construction methods that could potentially offset energy costs. Building low-cost housing using low-cost building materials increases low-income peoples ‘ access to buildings. Low-cost housing can be achieved by using efficient planning and project management, low-cost materials, economical construction technologies and using available alternative construction methods.

Conclusion

The challenge in most developing countries is to organize and initiate measures to promote these materials as well as train local craftsmen and masons in the construction techniques involving these materials.

There have been several attempts at local level to make use of bamboo, mud or natural fibers, but there is still a lack of precise use of scientific precision and proper techniques. Also, the age of industrial waste still needs to study its better use toxicity. These materials, if properly studied and developed, hold the key to addressing the current housing needs.