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Railway Station Materials

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Transcript of Railway Station Materials

Railway Station Materials
Railway Station as a Public Space
Process of selecting
Case studies
Conclusion
Determine the services conditions
Define the criteria
Establish the range of options
Selection of materials
New materials
Detailed
UNIVERSITY OF BAHRAIN
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & ARCHITECTURE
BSc. IN ARCHITECTURE
DESIGN VI
RESEARCH PART
DONE BY:
DALAL HASAN
NOORA BUCHEERI
MOHAMMED AL OMAR
Temperature ranges
Exposure to moisture

Location within 5 to 10 miles of the seacoast or a large saltwater body
Exposure to ultraviolet rays
Washing and cleaning frequency
Industrial and urban pollution levels and the type of
industry

The entire passenger circulation
route
Direct exposure to deicing salts from busy roads
Flame spread 0.25
Smoke developed
0-450
Coefficient of friction ( slip resistance 0.6 or 0.8)
Abrasion resistance

UV resistance

Low moister absorption


Resistance to chemical detergent
Freeze/thaw resistance (in colder climates)

Durability
Minimum life cycle requirements
Vandal-resistant
Maintenance
Easily
cleaned
Easy
access to station
utilities
No exposed fasteners
Easily removed and replaced
Economy
Sustainability
Appearance
Forms
Lighting
Station identity
Color
What makes the railway station a special public space regarding the materials ?
Types of users

Number of users
Working Hours
Type of services offered

Loud Sounds impact

Economy
Antrim Bus & Rail Station
Governmental Project
Belfast, UK
Healthy
materials
Justified materials
Environmentally
materials
Special Criteria
Material used
Building envelope
Interior
Roofs
Elements
Walls
Ceilings
Floors
Newport Station
Grimshaw Architects
Newport, South Wales
Durability
Low maintenance
High
performance
Special Criteria
Material used
Kalzip
Vialia high-speed train station
Metrica Tip Arquitectura


Albacete, Spain
Industrialized façade system that did not project an industrial image.
Insulated
and
fire-proof
Self-supporting
Special Criteria
Material used
Qbiss
Irish Rail Station
Pascall & Watson Architects
Ireland
Clear
glazing
Scratch resistant glazing
Lightweight
glazing
Special Criteria
Saphir polycarbonate
Material used
To conclude , it became obvious that there is no
general perfect material to use, but there is a certain material for a certain condition.

Façade
Main
constructions
Floors
Elements
Station Entrance

Including Access Stair Cases And Passageways
Acoustic spray
Granite
Granite tile
Polished Granite
Concourses Level
Public Areas -Platform Areas
Perforated
Steel
Granite
Granite tile
Polished
Granite
Ticket Hall Supervisor Passenger Office
Platform Supervisor Booth
Perforated
Steel
Ceramic wall
tile
Stainless steel
panels
Computer raised floor
Ticket Office
Stainless steel
panels
Clear toughened
glass
Computer raised floor
Perforated
Steel
General
Conditions

Staff Room
Interior Acrylic
Emulsion Paint
Perforated
Steel
Cement
Plaster
Vinyl Floor
Tiles
Public Toilet
Glazed Ceramic
Tile
Ceramic Floor
Tile
Fairfaced
Concrete
Station Operation
Interior Acrylic
Emulsion Paint
Perforated
Steel
Cement
Plaster
Vinyl Floor
Tiles
Clear toughened
glass
Interior Acrylic
Emulsion Paint
Perforated
Steel
Cement
Plaster
Vinyl Floor
Tiles
Clear toughened
glass
Ticket and cash Office
Glazed Ceramic
Tile
Ceramic Floor
Tile
Structural concrete
as ceiling
Staff Toilet
Fairfaced
Concrete
Concrete
block
Granolithic
floor
Store rooms
Fairfaced
Concrete
Concrete
block
Unpolished Artificial
Granite Floor Tiles
Maintenance Room
Glazed Ceramic
Tile
Ceramic Floor
Tile
Structural concrete
as ceiling
Cleaners Rooms
Concrete
block
Granolithic
floor
Battery room
Fairfaced
Concrete
Glazed Ceramic
Tile
Structural concrete
as ceiling
Signalling Equipment Room
Vinyl Floor
Tiles
Concrete
block
Granolithic
floor
Escape stair/ Fire water Tank
pump room/ sump control
Structural concrete
as ceiling
Glazed Ceramic
Tile
Structural concrete
as ceiling
Communication Room
Vinyl Floor
Tiles
Aesthetic
solution
Igor Eskinja
Optical Illusions

Espinal’s work
Bayview station
of Toronto’s Sheppard subway line
Safety
Non-
combustible
Slip-
resistant
Securely
attached
Warning
materials
The three surfaces most commonly considered for use at railway stations
References

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Train_station#Station_facilities
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Arab_Emirates 
http://www.railway-technical.com/stations.shtml
Guide to Station Planning and Design, NetworkRail, 1 Julay 2011
Building type basics for transit facilities, Stephen A.Kliment, Series Founder and Editior
The DfT guidance documents
http://weburbanist.com/2008/11/29/architecture-optical-illusions/
http://transit.toronto.on.ca/subway/5012.shtml
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