Journal of Architectural Engineering Technology - A Brief Note on Deconstruction and Its Techniques
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A Brief Note on Deconstruction and Its Techniques

Lin Lan*
Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
*Corresponding Author: Dr. Lin Lan, Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Email: [email protected]

Received: 09-Dec-2021 / Accepted Date: 23-Dec-2021 / Published Date: 30-Dec-2021

Editorial Note

Deconstruction is the selective dismantling of building components for reuse, repurposing, recycling, and waste management in the context of physical construction. It varies from demolition, in which a building is removed from a location as quickly as possible. Deconstruction is sometimes known as "construction backwards." Deconstruction necessitates far more hands-on labor than typical demolition, yet it provides a feasible platform for untrained or jobless persons to gain job skills training. Structure dismantling is an old practice that has been resurrected by the rising field of sustainable, green building methods.

Buildings are often dismantled and taken to landfills as they reach the end of their useful lives. Building conflagrations, often known as 'wrecking-ball' demolitions, are generally affordable and provide a speedy way to clear land for future construction. These procedures, on the other hand, generate a significant quantity of trash. Components in historic structures may still be valuable, and in certain cases may be more valuable than they were when the building was built. Deconstruction is a technique for gathering what is often referred to as "trash" and repurposing it into building material.

Long-Term Sustainability

Deconstruction is connected with environmental protection. Deconstructing structures helps to reduce the requirement for virgin resources by giving materials a new life cycle. This, in turn, leads to energy and carbon savings from the refinement and production of new materials, which is especially important when considering that building, maintenance, and rehabilitation of structures account for almost 40% of global material flows. Deconstruction is generally done on a local level, often on-site, which saves energy and emissions in the transportation of materials. Because building and demolition trash accounts for between 20% to 40% of the solid waste stream, this is a significant advantage. 90% of the construction and demolition waste stream is created during the demolition process.

Deconstruction techniques that are commonly used are as follows:

Deconstruction is generally divided into structural and nonstructural categories. Non-structural deconstruction, often known as "soft-stripping," aims to reclaim non-structural components, appliances, doors, windows, and finish materials.

Structural deconstruction is the process of removing a building's structural components. Previously, this procedure was mainly employed to recover valuable or uncommon materials such as used brick, dimension stone, and extinct timber. It was normal in antiquity to raze stone buildings and reuse the stone; it was also common to take stones from a partially demolished building: this is the precise origin of the term decrepit. Because of their endurance and color variations through time, used brick and dimension limestone, in particular, have a long history of reuse. With the increase of environmental consciousness and sustainable construction, a considerably larger choice of materials are now suitable for structural deconstruction.

Low-cost, everyday materials like dimensional lumber have found their way into this burgeoning sector. In several of its bases, the United States military has used structural deconstruction. Barracks, like other foundation constructions, are normally built in a straightforward manner. They usually had a lot of timber and didn't employ a lot of adhesives or finish work. Furthermore, the buildings are frequently identical, making the process of dismantling many structures considerably easier. Many of the barracks date back to the pre-World War II era and must now be demolished. Due to the availability of manpower available to the military and the worth of the materials themselves, deconstruction was considered to highly viable.

Natural calamities such as hurricanes, floods, tsunamis, and earthquakes can leave under a large number of useful construction materials. Structures that still exist are frequently demolished to offer resources for the region's reconstruction.

Citation: Lan L (2021) A Brief Note on Deconstruction and Its Techniques. J Archit Eng Tech 10: e001.

Copyright: © 2021 Dan L. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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