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GUIDELINE ON DURABILITY OF BUILDINGS

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Withdrawn date

04-05-2019

Language(s)

English

Technical Committee on Designing for Durability
Preface
Foreword
1 Scope
2 Definitions
3 Reference Publications
    3.1 Referenced Standards
    3.2 Bibliography
4 Basic Durability Requirement
5 Quality Assurance
    5.1 Durability and Quality Assurance Through the
          Building Life Cycle
    5.2 Elements of Quality Assurance
    5.3 Elements of Quality Management
          5.3.1 Program
          5.3.2 Documentation
6 Design Service Life of Buildings and Components
    6.1 Buildings and Components
    6.2 Buildings
    6.3 Components
          6.3.1 Determination of Component Design Service
                  Life
          6.3.2 Difficulty and Expense of Maintenance
          6.3.3 Consequences of Failure
          6.3.4 Component Selection Related to Technical
                  or Functional Obsolescence and
                  Other Requirements
          6.3.5 Component Service Life Related to
                  Building Service Life
    6.4 Specification of Design Service Life
7 Predicted Service Life of Components and Assemblies
    7.1 General
    7.2 Methods to Predict Service Life
    7.3 Demonstrated Effectiveness
    7.4 Modelling of the Deterioration Processes
    7.5 Testing
    7.6 Application of Building Science Principles to
          Modelling of the Deterioration Process
          7.6.1 Local Environments
          7.6.2 Movement
          7.6.3 Deterioration and Damage Mechanisms
          7.6.4 Failure
8 Design Considerations
    8.1 General
    8.2 Convention and innovation
    8.3 Materials Selection
    8.4 Detailing
    8.5 Ease of Construction
    8.6 Operation and Maintenance
    8.7 Functional Obsolescence
    8.8 Life Cycle Cost
9 Construction Consideration
    9.1 Timing
    9.2 Coordination
          9.2.1 Bid Document Review
          9.2.2 Quality Control
          9.2.3 Interaction Among Trades
          9.2.4 Protection During Construction
10 Operation, Maintenance and Inspection Programs
    10.1 Operation
    10.2 Maintenance and Inspections
    10.3 Specification of Maintenance and Inspection
          Programs
    10.4 Implementation
    10.5 Inspection to verify Maintenance
    10.6 Timing
11 Investigation of Deterioration
    11.1 Investigation
          11.1.1 Purpose
          11.1.2 Use of Routine Records of Inspection
          11.1.3 Monitoring
          11.1.4 Testing
    11.2 Assessment of Deterioration
    11.3 Recommendations for Actions
12 Repair Work
13 Renovation
    13.1 General
    13.2 Assessment of the Existing Building
    13.3 Environmental Changes
Appendices
A How to Use the Guideline
B Costs of Premature Deterioration in Buildings
C Assessment of Environmental Conditions
D Deterioration Mechanisms for Building Materials and
    Their Control
E The Corrosion of Metals in Building Environments
F The Building Envelope
G Bibliography

Considers the agents and mechanisms related to durability, and provides advice for incorporating durability requirements into the design, operation, and maintenance provisions for buildings and their components.

DocumentType
Standard
Pages
108
PublisherName
Canadian Standards Association
Status
Withdrawn
SupersededBy

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