By Abraham Warszawski
Industrialized and automatic construction Systems provides a close and balanced assessment of the advantages and disadvantages of industrialized development structures, and considers technological, managerial and cost-efficient elements of industrialization, automation within the industrialized construction method in construction, development and layout, and knowledge applied sciences in layout, construction and building on site.
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27 (p. 51). It is impossible to review the various box systems that are, and have been, employed without mentioning at least the “manufactured” or “mobile” homes. These prefabricated lightweight units are manufactured offsite with a maximum amount of finish works and fixtures included in them. Because of their particular nature, the manufactured homes constitute a distinctive and prominent segment of the building market in some countries and deserve a special discussion, which is, however, outside the scope of this book.
A general information about planar systems can be found in Refs. [4, 5, 10, 19] and other sources. 4 Three-dimensional (box) systems The three-dimensional systems use, as their main building element, box units that contain concrete walls and floors. The units can be either cast in boxlike molds or assembled in the plant from panel elements. In both cases, they can contain a substantial amount of finish works—wall and floor finish, electrical wiring and fixtures, painted and glazed doors and windows, plumbing pipes and fixtures, kitchen cupboards, and so on—which are made in the plant before shipping the module to an erection site.
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