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  • Submitted By:- AKASH GIDWANI Bsc-ID II Semester www.dezyneecole.com Submitted To:- Dezyne Ecole College www.dezyneecole.com Subject :- Building Construction Topic :- Types Of Doors 0
  • AKASH GIDWANI BSc-I D II Sem. Dezyne Ecole College www.dezyneecole.com head 10mm rebate finished floor postiron holdfast head 10mm rebate post finished floor post Location of Door:- 1.From consideration of adequate air circulation within the room, the doors should be provided in opposite walls facing each other. 2.From consideration of proper space utilization and privacy, doors should be as for as possible be located near the corner of a room 3.The location of the door should meet the functional requirements of the room. 4.The number of doors in a room should be kept minimum to achieve optimum utilization of space. Large number of doors besides causing obstruction, consume more area in circulation. Door Frame Door frame is made up of two vertical members known as jambs or posts and a flat member connecting the jambs at top called head. The cross-sectional dimensions of the jamb and the head are normally kept same. The size of door frame is worked out after allowing a clearance of 5mm. Around for convenience of fixing the frame in the opening. 10mm rebate head Single Door Frame Double Door Frame Interior Design Building Construction Practical Assignments Topic Types of Doors
  • Interior Design Building Construction Practical Assignments AKASH GIDWANI BSc-I D II Sem. Dezyne Ecole College www.dezyneecole.com Topic Types of Doors 1.Battened And Ledged Door Elevation Section-YY Section-XX Definition Battened And Ledged Door Picture This is the simplest form of door commonly used for openings. The door consist of a series of vertical battens usually tongued and grooved and fixed together with horizontal battens known as ledges. There are three ledges one each is fixed near the top and bottom and the third one is ledge. The door is hung on the frame by iron hinges Types of Door:- 1. Battened and ledged doors 2. Battened ledged and braced doors 3. Battened ledged, braced and framed doors 4. Framed and panelled doors 5. Glazed or sash doors 6. Flush doors 7. Fly proof doors 8. Revolving doors 9. Sliding doors 10.Swing doors 11. Collapsible steel doors 12. Rolling steel shutter doors 13. Rolling grill doors 14. M.S. sheet doors 15. Fire check doors Brick Wall Frame 75x100 200x30 ledge 30 mm TH Batten Plaster Frame 75x100 Top Ledge 30x100 30mm Thick Batten Bottom Ledge 30x100 Middle Ledge 200x30 middle ledge 200x30 Frame 75x100 Top ledge 30x100 30mm thick batten Bottom ledge 30x100
  • AKASH GIDWANI BSc-I D II Sem. Dezyne Ecole College www.dezyneecole.com 2.Battened Ledged And Braced Door Elevation Section-YY Section-XX Definition This is an improved form of battened and ledged door. In this type of door additional members are provided in the form of inclined braces between the ledges. The braces are normally housed and not tenoned into the ledges. In this position they act as struts and provide increased rigidity and strength to the door. Types of Door:- 1. Battened and ledged doors 2. Battened ledged and braced doors 3. Battened ledged, braced and framed doors 4. Framed and panelled doors 5. Glazed or sash doors 6. Flush doors 7. Fly proof doors 8. Revolving doors 9. Sliding doors 10.Swing doors 11. Collapsible steel doors 12. Rolling steel shutter doors 13. Rolling grill doors 14. M.S. sheet doors 15. Fire check doors Frame 75x100 Top Ledge 100X35 35mm Thick Batten Middle Ledge 200x35 Bottom Ledge 200X35 Bracing 100X35 Bracing 100X35 Brick Wall Frame 75x100 200x30 ledge 30mm TH Batten Plaster middle ledge 200x30 Frame 75x100 Top ledge 30x100 30mm thick batten Bottom ledge 30x100 Interior Design Building Construction Practical Assignments Topic Types of Doors
  • AKASH GIDWANI BSc-I D II Sem. Dezyne Ecole College www.dezyneecole.com 3.Battened,Ledged, Braced And Framed Door Elevation Section-YY Section-XX Definition This type of door is considered to the superior in strength, durability and appearance to other two type of doors above. The frame work of this type of door consists stiles, ledges and braces. The rails positioned near the top, middle and the bottom of the shutter are morticed and tenoned into the stiles. Types of Door:- 1. Battened and ledged doors 2. Battened ledged and braced doors 3. Battened ledged, braced and framed doors 4. Framed and panelled doors 5. Glazed or sash doors 6. Flush doors 7. Fly proof doors 8. Revolving doors 9. Sliding doors 10.Swing doors 11. Collapsible steel doors 12. Rolling steel shutter doors 13. Rolling grill doors 14. M.S. sheet doors 15. Fire check doors Frame 125X75 Top Rail 75x50 20mm Thick Batten Lock Rail 150x30 Bottom Rail 200x30 Bracing 75x30 Bracing 75x30 Brick Wall Frame 125x75 20mm TH Batten Style 75x50 Plaster Lock Rail 150x30 Frame 75x100 Top Rail 75x50 20mm thick batten Bottom Rail 200x30 Interior Design Building Construction Practical Assignments Topic Types of Doors
  • 1. One Panel Door 4. Four Panel Door Top Rail Stile Bottom Rail Panel Top Rail 2. Two Panel Door Panel Top Rail Panel Stile Lock Rail 3.Three Panel Door Top Rail Panel Panel Stile Bottom Rail Lock Rail Mullion Panel Stile Bottom Rail Mullion 5. Five Panel Door Top Rail Panel Stile Bottom Rail Intermediate Rail 6. Six Panel Door Top Rail Panel Panel Stile Bottom Rail Lock Rail Frieze rail Lock rail Types of Door:- 1. One panel door 2. Two panel door 3. Three panel door 4. Four panel door 5. Five panel door 6. Six panel door Bottom Rail Panel AKASH GIDWANI BSc-I D II Sem. Dezyne Ecole College www.dezyneecole.com Interior Design Building Construction Practical Assignments Topic Types of Doors
  • AKASH GIDWANI BSc-I D II Sem. Dezyne Ecole College www.dezyneecole.com 4.Six Paneled Door with Wooden Panels Elevation Section-YY Section-XX Definition Types of Door:- 1. Battened and ledged doors 2. Battened ledged and braced doors 3. Battened ledged, braced and framed doors 4. Framed and panelled doors 5. Glazed or sash doors 6. Flush doors 7. Fly proof doors 8. Revolving doors 9. Sliding doors 10.Swing doors 11. Collapsible steel doors 12. Rolling steel shutter doors 13. Rolling grill doors 14. M.S. sheet doors 15. Fire check doors This type of door is commonly provided in all types of buildings. This door consists of timber frame work of stiles and rails which are grooved on the inside to receive one or more panels. Framed and panelled doors are made in several designs to suit the functional as well as architectural requirements. Also have 1,2,3,4 panels. Frieze Rail 100x35 Frame 75x100 Top Rail 100x35 Panel 15mm Bottom Rail 200x35 Panel Lock Rail 150x35 Panel Frame 75x100 Top Rail 100X35 Panel 15mm TH Lock Rail 150x35 Bottom Rail 200X35 Frieze Rail 100X35 Panel Panel Brick Wall Frame 100x75 15mm TH Wooden Panel Stile 100x35 Plaster Interior Design Building Construction Practical Assignments Topic Types of Doors
  • AKASH GIDWANI BSc-I D II Sem. Dezyne Ecole College www.dezyneecole.com 5.Panelled And Glazed Door Elevation Section-YY Section-XX Definition Types of Door:- 1. Battened and ledged doors 2. Battened ledged and braced doors 3. Battened ledged, braced and framed doors 4. Framed and panelled doors 5. Glazed or sash doors 6. Flush doors 7. Fly proof doors 8. Revolving doors 9. Sliding doors 10.Swing doors 11. Collapsible steel doors 12. Rolling steel shutter doors 13. Rolling grill doors 14. M.S. sheet doors 15. Fire check doors This type of door is used in residential as well as public buildings like hospitals, schools or colleges etc. with a view to supplement the natural lighting provided by windows or to make the interior of one room visible from the adjacent room. Glazed or sash doors are made in several designs. They can be glazed fully or partly. Frame 75x100 Top Rail 100X35 Lock Rail 35x150 Bottom Rail 200X35 Glass Wooden Panel Brick Wall Frame 75x100 Stile 35x100 Glass Plaster Lock Rail 35x150 Frame 75x100 Top Rail 30x100 Wooden panel Bottom Rail 35x200 Glass Wooden Bead Wooden Bead Interior Design Building Construction Practical Assignments Topic Types of Doors
  • AKASH GIDWANI BSc-I D II Sem. Dezyne Ecole College www.dezyneecole.com 6. Solid Core type Flush Door (consist of laminated pieces) Elevation Section-YY Definition Types of Door:- 1. Battened and ledged doors 2. Battened ledged and braced doors 3. Battened ledged, braced and framed doors 4. Framed and panelled doors 5. Glazed or sash doors 6. Flush doors 7. Fly proof doors 8. Revolving doors 9. Sliding doors 10.Swing doors 11. Collapsible steel doors 12. Rolling steel shutter doors 13. Rolling grill doors 14. M.S. sheet doors 15. Fire check doors In this type, the wooden frame used for holding the core consists of stiles, top rail and bottom rail, width of each member being not less than 5cm. The frame is made out of selected species of timber. The width of the lipping should be equal to the thickness of the core and its depth should not be less than 25mm. Brick Wall Frame 75x100 Stile Laminated core pieces Plaster Soft wood strips or laminated Core Pieces Top Rail Stile Bottom Rail Cross band Face veneer Or plywood Face veneer Interior Design Building Construction Practical Assignments Topic Types of Doors
  • 7. Solid Core type Flush Door (consist of particle board) AKASH GIDWANI BSc-I D II Sem. Dezyne Ecole College www.dezyneecole.com