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Hoan hô bác Cò, mục tài liệu tổng hợp rất hay và bổ ích cho bọn em đấy ạ.
Tết nhất vào chưa có việc nhiều, a e có tài liệu nào hay, bổ ích up lên luôn để lúc này rảnh rỗi mình hệ thống lại kiến thức chứ nhỉ .
hoan hô, hoan hoan hô hô
- Tiêu chuẩn thiết kế: by Deyun
1 - 03-TCVN 4451 1987 Nha o - Nguyen tac co ban de thiet ke
2 - 03-TCVN 5065 1990 Khach san - Tieu chuan thiet ke
3 - 03-TCXDVN 276 2003 Cong trinh cong cong - Nguyen tac co ban
4 - 03-TCXDVN 281 2004 Nha van hoa the thao - Nguyen tac co ban
5 - 03-TCXDVN 285 2002 Cong trinh thuy loi - Cac quy dinh chu yeu
6 - 03-TCXDVN 287 2004 Cong trinh the thao - San the thao
7 - 03-TCXDVN 288 2004 Cong trinh the thao - Be boi
8 - 03-TCXDVN 289 2004 Cong trinh the thao - Nha the thao
9 - 03-TCXDVN 323 2004 Nha cao tang - Tieu chuan thiet ke
10 - 03-TCXDVN 353 2005 Nha o lien ke - Tieu chuan thiet ke
11- 03-TCXDVN 355 2005 Tieu chuan thiet ke nha hat - phong khan
12 - 03-TCXDVN 361 2006 Cho - Tieu chuan thiet ke
Xin chia sẽ cùng các anh chị một số tiêu chuẩn thiết kế trên theo đường dẫn sau: http://www.mediafire.com/?5x0nlplyajpd943
- Bộ tiêu chuẩn thiết kế tiếp theo:
01 03-52TCN-CTYT 38 2005 Tieu chuan thiet ke - Khoa phau thuat
02- 03-52TCN-CTYT 39 2005 Tieu chuan thiet ke - Khoa cap cuu
03-52TCN-CTYT 40 2005 Tieu chuan thiet ke - Khoa chan doan
04 - 03-HDTL-C-4-76 Huong dan thiet ke tuong chan cong trinh thuy
05- 03-TCVN 3978 1984 Truong hoc pho thong - Tieu chuan thiet ke
06 - 03-TCVN 3981 1985 Truong dai hoc - Tieu chuan thiet ke
07 - 03-TCVN 3995 1985 Kho phan khoang kho - Tieu chuan thiet ke
08- 03-TCVN 4054 2005 Duong oto - Yeu cau thiet ke
09 - 03-TCVN 4317 1986 Nha kho - Nguyen tac co ban de thiet ke
10 - 03-TCVN 4450 1987 Can ho o - Tieu chuan thiet ke
11 - 03-TCVN 4470 1995 Benh vien da khoa - Yeu cau thiet ke
12 - 03-TCVN 4601 1988 Tru so co quan - Tieu chuan thiet ke
13 - 03-TCVN 4604 1988 Xi nghiep cong nghiep - Nha san xuat
14 - 03-TCVN 5577 1991 Rap chieu bong - Tieu chuan thiet ke
15 - 03-TCXDVN 60 2003 Truong day nghe - Tieu chuan thiet ke
16 - 03-TCXDVN 260 2002 Truong mam non - Tieu chuan thiet ke
17- 03-TCXDVN 275 2002 Truong trung hoc chuyen nghiep
Các anh chị tham khảo theo đường dẫn bên dưới nha. http://www.mediafire.com/?b8ivt151tqw2c4c
Vừa phát hiện ra bộ này vừa được cập nhật link mới, các Bác nào có nhu cầu down nhanh kẻo link chết...không có phụ đề đâu nhé..dùng fshare
HD Vertical City
Trích: Series Description
In this series we leave the bustling streets far below, as our hosts Charlie Luxton and Keith Keaveney, are taken on a guided tour by the world’s bravest window washers, rediscovering some of the boldest and most ambitious examples of architecture; from the ancient and historic to the recent and risky.
In each show the presenter meets someone whose relationship with an incredible example of architecture is a lot more intimate than yours and mine. We get an inside glimpse, seeing the world from a fresh perspective. The feats of engineering and dedication to detail are often lost at hundreds of feet above eye-level.
When first built these glittering monoliths and historic constructions were gasped at and applauded, but from ground level much of the intricate engineering and design flare is lost to the skies. We rediscover these incredible works of architectural art – old and new – at close range.
01. [HD] Vertical City S01E01 - Sears Tower, Chicago
Trích: Still the tallest tower in the US – as well as the tallest building in the world for 25 years – the $175million Sears Tower broke boundaries in not only height but design and construction when it was completed in 1973. But building the tallest building in the world brings its own logistical headaches – and the crippling cost of funding an iconic tower can take its toll. Presented by Keith Keaveney.
Architects: S.O.M (Bruce Graham)
Trích: Vertical City goes up top Down Under to the tallest residential building in the world – the 300m Eureka Tower, the most exclusive address in the Southern Hemisphere. But is living the high life destroying our traditional city communities? Are these Vertical Villages changing the way we live forever? Presented by Keith Keaveney.
Architects: Karl Fender and Nonda Katsalidis.
04. [HD] Vertical City S01E04 - Torre Mayor, Mexico City
(7:00pm Wednesday 22nd July, 2009. Duration 27Mins.)
Trích: The strongest building on Earth, Torre Mayor is constructed to withstand earthquakes that would obliterate the average skyscraper. Built in the wake of Mexico City’s most devastating earthquake in 1985, this monument to engineering has become a haven of safety in one of the world’s most active seismic zones. But can the ever growing height of skyscrapers compete with typhoons and earthquakes? Can man’s high rise addiction really conquer nature? Presented by Keith Keaveney.
05. [HD] Vertical City S01E05 - Q1, Australian Gold Coast
(7:00pm Wednesday 29th July, 2009. Duration 27Mins.)
Trích: From a trendy beachbum dropout to the Miami of the Southern Hemisphere, Surfer's Paradise has come a long way from a small town with great waves perched on the south-east coast of Australia. Surfer's has a growing reputation as the resort of choice for the rich and famous, and the skyline is growing too with the massive Q1 Tower dominating the landscape. But how has this uber-skyscraper effected the paradise that is Surfer's? Is it the jewel in the crown of one of the world's most exclusive resorts - or the nail in the coffin of the chilled vibe and community spirit that makes the Gold Coast unique? Presented by Keith Keaveney.
Architects: The Sunland Group
06. [HD] Vertical City S01E06 - Cira Center, Philadelphia
(7:00pm Wednesday 29th July, 2009. Duration 27Mins.)
Trích: You’re a new developer, you want to build a tower in a bleak part of town and you’ve got to fill half the building before you get planning permission. What do you do? Get in a Superstar Architect to ensure your skyscraper gets noticed and gets headlines. Cesar Pelli, creator of the Petronas Towers and Canary Wharf, waved his magic design wand over the Cira Center and made it stand apart from any other high rise in the area. But are celebrity architects over paid and over hyped? And does their huge pay cheque pay back? Presented by Keith Keaveney.
Architects: Cesar Pelli and Associates
Trích: Even before the modern skyscraper, the super tall building has been a source of innovation and fierce competition – and no time was the fight for height fiercer than in the late 18th century when cathedrals across Europe competed to make their spires the tallest. Cologne was the tallest building in the world for 4 years – but where did the money for these religious super spires come from? And just how fierce – and dirty - did the fight become? Presented by Charlie Luxton.
Trích: In 2003, Moscow's Triumph Palace became Europe's tallest building. What is striking about this luxury residential block is not so much it's height but the fact that it resurrects an architectural style closely linked with the city's turbulent political past. In the 1940s Josef Stalin commissioned a series of seven tall towers that would compete with the skyscrapers of New York. Known as the Seven Sisters, the towers were created to inspire Russian citizens to celebrate the strength and glory of the communist state. Matt Berman investigates the design and political genesis of these towers and examines why an eighth sister, the Triumph Palace, has been added in 21st century capitalist Moscow.
Trích: Moscow has become Europe’s skyscraper capital, with the Naberezhnaya Tower holding the title of the continent’s tallest building. It represents a new era for the city, one in which Moscow can finally compete with the other major financial centres of the world. Further skyscrapers, such as Norman Foster's 500 metre tall Russia Tower, are currently being built - pushing the parameters of both height and skyscraper design in Europe. These extraordinary towers represent the final realisation of a modern high rise Moscow- one that was once dreamt of decades ago by the city's early 20th century undiscovered skyscraper visionary. Presented by Matt Berman.
[HD] Vertical City S01E10 - John Hancock Center, Chicago
(8:30am Thursday 3rd September, 2009. Duration 27Mins.)
Trích: The John Hancock Center in Chicago is one of the most influential skyscrapers of the twentieth century. When completed in 1969 this was the tallest tower in the world outside New York City and is still the most famous structural expressionist style building in high rise architecture. By using new technologies like the computer and developments in steel, the tower’s designers revolutionised the way skyscrapers were built and created a true masterpiece of engineering. But cutting edge construction always courts controversy – and despite being the birthplace of skyscrapers, Chicago wasn’t convinced it wanted this enormous dark hulk on its skyline. Presented by Charlie Luxton.
[HD] Vertical City S01E11 - 1180 Peachtree, Atlanta
(9:30am Thursday 10th September, 2009. Duration 27Mins.)
Trích: 1180Peachtree is a striking icon on the Atlanta skyline, its huge fins making it distinct from other skyscrapers in the city. But it’s not all about good looks - 1180 is creating a new era for the city’s towers.
Back in the 1980s, when crime and racial tension were rife in the city, architects designed skyscrapers that existed independently of street life, connecting to parking and shopping malls with skybridges that made sidewalks completely redundant. 1180 is opening its doors to the streets and the public, helping to breathe life back into the street culture of this once lifeless city. Presented by Matt Berman.
Trích: Taiwan, China’s renegade province, wanted to make the world sit up and notice it – so it built the planet’s tallest skyscraper, Taipei 101, in its capital city. An architectural meeting of East meets West, Taiwan’s biggest global advertising board and symbol of achievement was a defiant gesture towards its neighbouring superpower, and a calculated quest for Taiwanese commercial attention proving that in modern times, the super-tall building is more than just the corporation HQ of the past. But does having the tag of the tallest guarantee success? And why isn’t there a host of other skyscrapers in this city like its competitor over the water, Shanghai? Presented by Matt Berman.
[HD] Vertical City S01E13 - Shanghai World Finance Centre
(9:30am Thursday 23rd September, 2009. Duration 27Mins.)
Trích: With the highest roof on earth, the sleek Shanghai World Finance Center stands in the city that has overtaken New York and Chicago as skyscraper capital of the world. Setting the standard for a new generation of supertall skyscrapers, this Japanese-developed tower, built on Chinese land, also symbolises a new era in relations between the two previously hostile countries after Japan's violent invasion of China in the 1930s.
This troubled history meant that every step of the skyscraper’s symbolism and design had to be handled with immense sensitivity - but that didn’t stop anti-Japanese sentiment threatening its completion. Presented by Matt Berman.
Vertical City S01E14 - Petronas Towers, Malaysia
(9:30am Thursday 1st October, 2009. Duration 27Mins.)
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Trích: In the late 1980s the Malaysian government decided to build a skyscraper so unprecedented in size and so ambitious that it sought to overtake Chicago’s Sears Tower as the tallest building in the world. The result – the elaborately curved Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur – achieved both goals.
But for Cesar Pelli, the Western architect charged with the task of creating this national symbol that both respected the past and looked forward to the 21st century, it would be an enormous design challenge on a rocky and unchartered road – and getting the towers built in Malaysia would prove almost impossible. Presented by Matt Berman.
[HD] Vertical City S01E15 - John Hancock Tower, Boston
(9:30am Thursday 8th October, 2009. Duration 27Mins.)
Trích: Behind the glistening façade of Boston’s John Hancock Tower lies one of the most embarrassing moments in architectural history. The insurance company wanted to express their corporate might by building a modernist skyscraper in the heart of Boston’s historic core, threatening to pull their financial weight out of the city if they faced opposition.
Little did they know that this act of arrogance would haunt them forever. Their dream tower turned into their worst nightmare and what followed is one of the most unbelievable tales in architectural history, involving collapsing foundations, windows falling out and a skyscraper that was likely to topple over. Presented by Matt Berman.
[HD] Vertical City S01E16 - 2 International Finance Centre, Hong Kong
(9:30am Thursday 15th October, 2009. Duration 27Mins.)
Stunning skylines are fuelled by money – and Hong Kong has one of the most stunning in the world. With a lack of land on the island, the only way is up. The most prized – and expensive - plot is the financial district of Central where one skyscraper towers above the rest, star of Batman movies and gleaming white pillar of capitalism, 2 International Finance Center.
To ensure the developers made a healthy return on their investment, 2IFC’s architects had to not just make the tower look good to lure high paying tenants – but ensure that literally every inch of the skyscraper’s design paid back. Presented by Matt Berman.