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FORMWORK SYSTEMS

MIVAN OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION

Modular Aluminium Formwork

Formwork Assembly

Simplicity Pin and Wedge system

Efficient Quick Strip Prop Head

Components of MIVAN Formwork

Beam Components

Deck Components

Other Components

Wall Components Site Management

Speed of Construction Quality Advantage of MIVAN

Other Advantage of MIVAN

Limitations of MIVAN Formwork

Video on Aluminium Formwork Construction Technique

Other Advantage of MIVAN ⁄ Limitations of MIVAN Formwork ⁄ Video on – Aluminium Formwork Construction

MIVAN MODULAR ALUMINUM FORMWORK

Precisely-engineered system fabricated in aluminium.

The modular nature of the formwork system allows easy fixing and removal of formwork and the

construction can proceed speedily with very little deviation in dimensional tolerances.

System is quite flexible and can be easily adapted for any variations in the layout.

The availability of concrete from ready mix concrete facility has augured well for the use of this work system.

Asian countries and the willingness to use mechanized means of transport and placing of concrete, the use of aluminium formwork system has received a boost.

The formwork system can be used for construction for all types of concrete systems, that is, for a framed structure involving column beam slab elements or for box-type structure involving slab-walls

combination.

FORMWORK ASSEMBLY

FORMWORK ASSEMBLY Fig.1 – Wall Assembly Details MIVAN aims in using modern construction techniques and equipment

Fig.1 Wall Assembly Details

MIVAN aims in using modern construction techniques and equipment in all its projects. On leaving the MIVAN factory all panels are clearly labelled to ensure that they are easily

identifiable on site and can be smoothly fitted together using the

formwork modulation drawings. All formwork begins at a corner and proceeds from there.

Fig.2 – Beam Assembly Details
Fig.2 – Beam Assembly Details

SIMPLICITY PIN AND WEDGE SYSTEM

The panels are held in position by a simple pin and wedge system that passes through holes in the outside rib of each panel. The panels fit

precisely, simply and securely and require no bracing. Buildings can be constructed quickly and easily by unskilled labour with

hammer being the only tool required. Once the panels have been

numbered, measuring is not necessary.

As the erection process is manually, tower cranes are not required. The result is a typical 4 to 5 day cycle for floortofloor construction.

FORMWORK ASSEMBLY AND ERECTING

EFFICIENT QUICK STRIP PROP HEAD

One of the principal technical features which enables this aped to be attained using a single set of formwork panel is the

unique V shaped a prop head which allows the ‘quick strip’ to take place whilst leaving the propping undisturbed.

The deck panels can therefore be resumed immediately.

The formwork is designed using the most economical assortment of panel sizes with the

help of the state-of-the art design software which

ensures an efficient construction process by incorporating the optimum assembly procedures, economical panel selection and ultimately minimizing capital and operational costs.

Sequence for erecting and striking the wall

mounted on working platform:

Fig.3 – Erection of Platform
Fig.3 – Erection of Platform

FORMWORK ASSEMBLY AND ERECTING

FORMWORK ASSEMBLY AND ERECTING Fig.4 – Striking of Platform STRIKING OF PLATFORM Striking of all forms

Fig.4 Striking of Platform

STRIKING OF PLATFORM

Striking of all forms can be done within 10-15 hours. The only tool

required for dismantling is hammer.

hours. The only tool required for dismantling is hammer. POSITIONING OF FORMWORK Positioning of working platform

POSITIONING OF FORMWORK Positioning of working platform bracket and securing nuts on tie rod on inside the building.

Fig.6 – Positioning of Platform
Fig.6 – Positioning of Platform

REMOVAL OF KICKER Positioning of working platform bracket and securing nuts on tie rod on inside the building.

COMPONENTS OF MIVAN FORMWORK

The basic element of the formwork is the panel, which is an extruded aluminium rail section, welded to an

aluminium sheet. This produces a lightweight panel with an excellent stiffness to weight ratio, yielding minimal

deflection under concrete loading. Panels are manufactured in the size and shape to suit the requirements of specific projects.

The panels are made from high strength aluminium alloy with a 4 mm thick skin plate and 6mm thick ribbing behind to stiffen the panels. The panels are manufactured in MIVAN’S dedicated factories in Europe and South East Asia. Once they are assembled they are subjected to a trial erection in order to eliminate any dimensional or on site problems.

All the formwork components are received at the site whining three months after they are ordered. Following are the components that are regularly used in the construction.

A. BEAM COMPONENTS

1.

Beam Side Panel: It forms the side of the beams. It is a rectangular

structure and is cut according to the size of the beam.

2.

Prop Head for Soffit Beam: It forms the soffit beam. It is a V-shaped head for easy dislodging of the formwork.

3.

Beam Soffit Panel: It supports the soffit beam. It is a plain rectangular

structure of aluminum.

4.

Beam Soffit Bulkhead: It is the bulkhead for beam. It carries most of the bulk load.

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B. DECK COMPONENTS

1) Deck Panel: It forms the horizontal surface for casting of slabs. It is built for proper safety of workers.

2) Deck Prop: It forms a V-shaped prop head. It supports the deck and bears the load coming on the deck panel.

3) Prop Length: It is the length of the prop. It depends upon the length of the slab.

4) Deck Mid Beam: It supports the middle portion of the beam. It holds the concrete.

5) Soffit Length: It provides support to the edge of the deck panels at their perimeter of the room.

6) Deck Beam Bar: It is the deck for the beam. This component supports the deck and beam.

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perimeter of the room. 6) Deck Beam Bar: It is the deck for the beam. This

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C. OTHER COMPONENTS

1) Internal Soffit Corner: It forms the vertical internal corner between the

walls and the beams, slabs, and the horizontal internal cornice between the walls and the beam slabs and the beam soffit.

2)

components

External

Soffit

Corner:

It

forms

the

external

corner

between

the

3) External Corner: It forms the external corner of the formwork system.

4) Internal Corner: It connects two pieces of vertical formwork pieces at

their exterior intersections

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system. 4) Internal Corner: It connects two pieces of vertical formwork pieces at their exterior intersections

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WALL COMPONENTS

Wall Panel: It forms the face of the wall. It is an aluminium

sheet properly cut to fit the exact size of the wall.

2) Rocker: It is a supporting component of wall. It is L-shaped panel having allotment holes for stub pin.

3)

Kicker: It forms the wall face at the top of the panels and acts as a ledge to support.

4)

Stub Pin: It helps in joining two wall panels. It helps in joining two joints.

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SOFTWARE APPLICATION TO FORMWORK DESIGN

The formwork is designed using the most economical assortment of panel sizes with the help of the state-of-the art design software. The use of the software along with the experience and skill of the designers ensures an efficient construction process by incorporating the optimum assembly procedures, economical panel selection and ultimately minimizing capital and operational costs.

Using design software, the formwork is designed using the most economical assortment of panel sizes.

Most efficient construction process incorporating the optimum assembly procedures.

Economical panel section.

Ultimately minimizing capital and operational cost.

SITE MANAGEMENT

The essence of the system is that it provides a production line approach in the construction industry. The laborers are grouped together to form small teams to carry out various tasks within a certain time frame such as, reinforcement, fabrication and erection, formwork erection, concreting etc.

Scheduling involves the design and development of the work cycle required to maximize efficiency in the field. The establishment of a daily cycle of work, which when fully coordinated with different trades.

Optimum use of the labour force is made by ensuring that each trade has sufficient work on each working day.

The improved coordination and construction management enables the equipment to be used at optimum speed and

efficiency and speed of the output are outstanding. Thus a disciplined and systemized approach to construction is achieved.

SPEED OF CONSTRUCTION

The system usually follows a four day cycle: -

Day 1: -The first activity consists of erection of vertical reinforcement bars and one side of the

vertical formwork for the entire floor or a part of one floor.

Day 2: -The second activity involves erection of the second side of the vertical formwork and

formwork for the floor

Day 3: - Fixing reinforcement bars for floor slabs and casting of walls and slabs.

Day 4: -Removal of vertical form work panels after 24hours, leaving the props in place for 7 days and floor slab formwork in place for 2.5 days.

QUALITY ADVANTAGE OF MIVAN

The Advantages of this system are :-

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The MIVAN formwork is specifically designed to allow rapid construction of all types of architectural layouts.

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Total system forms the complete concrete structure.

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Custom designed to suit project requirements.

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Unsurpassed construction speed.

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High quality finish.

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Cost effective.

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Panels can be reused up to 250 times.

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Erected using unskilled labor.

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Easy to handle.

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Aluminum does not rust like steel; therefore, the aluminium formwork can be reused hundreds of times.

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Formwork is made with an aluminium alloy, which has high tensile strength and is also very hard.

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Saving on overhead expenses due to speedy construction.

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Monolithic crack free structures.

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Doesn’t require timber or plywood for construction activities so, it saves the environment.

OTHER ADVANTAGE OF MIVAN

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Casting of walls and slabs possible simultaneously.

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Doesn’t require skilled labour.

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For the marking purpose there is no need of starter.

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Floor slabs forms removed without moving props.

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Earthquake resistance of resulting structures increases manifold.

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Less debris generation.

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Higher scrap value.

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Carpet area will increase.

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Collect the best premium from the customer, because of 100% RCC buildings.

LIMITATIONS OF MIVAN FORMWORK

Even though there are so many advantages of MIVAN formwork the limitations cannot be ignored. However the limitations do not pose any serious problems. They are as follows: -

Because of small sizes finishing lines are seen on the concrete surfaces.

Concealed services become difficult due to small thickness of components.

It requires uniform planning as well as uniform elevations to be cost effective.

Modifications are not possible as all members are caste in RCC.

Large volume of work is necessary to be cost effective i.e. at least 200 repetitions of the forms should be possible at

work.

Architectural changes not possible on the structure (but some walls can be of brick work or openings can be

entertained).

The reinforcement will be congested in the lower floors up to 4th floor thus max. slump (200mm) is required, so cement content will be increased.

Due to tremendous speed of construction, working capital finance needs to be planned in advance.

Number of holes will be more in the vertical wall, outer wall which is in direct contact with the rain, hole should be

grouted by Non Shrink compound.

The formwork requires number of spacer, wall ties etc. which are placed @ 2 feet c/c; these create problems such as seepage, leakages during monsoon.

Due to box-type construction shrinkage cracks are likely to appear.

Heat of Hydration is high due to shear walls.

Remedial Measures

In external walls, ties used in shutter connection create holes in wall after deshuttering. These may become a source of

leakage if care is not taken to grout the holes. Due to box-type construction shrinkage cracks are likely to appear around door and window openings in the walls. It is possible to minimize these cracks by providing control strips in the structure which could be concreted after a delay of about 3 to 7 days after major concreting. The problem of cracking can be avoided by minimizing the heat of hydration by using fly ash.

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RAPIDCLIMB

Introduction

Rapidclimb equipment provides a crane lifted jump formwork system providing safe, self contained working levels for economical core construction and multi-lift wall structures. The platforms and formwork are moved by crane as a single assembly from pour to pour. A rack & pinion operation trolley enables fast and

controlled pull back of the shutters from the poured wall by up to 700mm to enable cleaning of the form face and steelfixing. The trolley is safely secured with a wedge locking

system. All form types can be accommodated for

straight, curved or inclined walls and forms can be adjusted readily in level and side to side by +/- 25mm Suspended platforms are designed with hinged connections so that components can be attached at

low level to reduce work at height. Also, suspended uprights are offset to facilitate anchor removal.

can be attached at low level to reduce work at height. Also, suspended uprights are offset

Rapid climb System

Wall Bracket
Wall
Bracket
Rapid climb System Wall Bracket Pouring Platform Rapidclimb Turnbuckle Rapidclimb Guardrail Post Main Platform

Pouring Platform

Rapidclimb Turnbuckle

System Wall Bracket Pouring Platform Rapidclimb Turnbuckle Rapidclimb Guardrail Post Main Platform (constructed using

Rapidclimb Guardrail Post

Main Platform (constructed using Aluminium Beam and GTX & Plywood or Customers Scaffold Boards

Rapidclimb Frame

Assembly

or Customers Scaffold Boards Rapidclimb Frame Assembly Wind Restraint Suspension Tube Hanging Platform (Optional)

Wind Restraint

Suspension Tube

Hanging Platform (Optional) Used for concrete finishing and removing low level

anchors prior to climbing

Rapidclimb Frame Assembly

(RCX10003)

Rapidclimb Rack & Pinion Trolley 700mm max Roll-back
Rapidclimb Rack &
Pinion Trolley
700mm max
Roll-back

Rapidclimb Frame Assembly (RCX10003) Weight = 163 Kg

& Pinion Trolley 700mm max Roll-back Rapidclimb Frame Assembly (RCX10003) Weight = 163 Kg Rapidclimb Trolley

Rapidclimb Trolley Jack

Typical Erection Sequence

First Lift First Lift Second Lift
First Lift
First Lift
Second Lift

Place the concrete and allow curing.

Remove the ties from the formwork the morning after concreting. Leave 2 ties loosely in place at the top of the forms. If bolts have been used to fix the anchors to the form face remove them. Strike the formwork from the side remote to the alignment props, clean, oil and store ready for reuse.

Fix the Rapidclimb Wall Brackets to the anchors as shown. The grade strength of the bolt is indicated on the bolt head and is important. Check that the grade of each bolt during installation matches with the requirements of the RMDK drawing. Straighten each wall bracket and tighten the bolt with a spanner.

Typical Erection

Sequence

Typical Erection Sequence Second Lift Second Lift Second Lift Assemble the platforms and mount on the

Second Lift

Second Lift

Second Lift

Assemble the platforms and mount on the wall. Insert and secure the safety pins through the holes in the wall brackets to prevent accidental removal of the platforms. Platforms may either be prefabricated off the wall in modules or built in situ on the wall

Fit wind ties as shown. Ratchet lashing wind ties should be lightly tensioned. Avoid over-tightening as this can apply excessive force to components and anchorages.

Remove the formwork from the other side of the wall clean, oil and store ready for reuse.

Typical Erection Sequence

Typical Erection Sequence Second Lift Engage the wedge brakes on all Rapidclimb Trolleys. Crane in the

Second Lift

Engage the wedge brakes on all Rapidclimb Trolleys. Crane in the formwork to one side of the wall and bolt to the plumbing jacks. Add

the plumbing turnbuckles ensuring that all are orientated with the right hand thread end at

the bottom. Plumb the formwork and release

the crane.

end at the bottom. Plumb the formwork and release the crane. Second Lift Release the wedge

Second Lift

Release the wedge brakes and advance the formwork to contact the wall by rotating the pinion spindle. Drive the wedge brakes into position to lock the trolleys. Adjust the level of the formwork by rotating the

spindle on the trolley jack. Adjust the sideways

transit of the forms by slackening the bolted connection to the trolley jack and using a podger bar (spud wrench) to slide the formwork in the slots. Re-tighten the fixings. Check the form for plumb and adjust if necessary.

CONVENTIONAL FORMWORK

6.1.4 Formwork for Slabs & beams

It consists of

Sole plates

Wedges

Props

Head tree Planks

Batten

Ledgers

Beam formwork rests on head tree

Slab form work rests on battens and joists

P lanks • B atten • L edgers • Beam formwork rests on head tree •

DOKA FORMWORK

FLEX SYSTEM FOR RCC SLAB (Upto 4.5m Height)

DOKA FORMWORK FLEX SYSTEM FOR RCC SLAB (Upto 4.5m Height) FOUR WAY HEAD
DOKA FORMWORK FLEX SYSTEM FOR RCC SLAB (Upto 4.5m Height) FOUR WAY HEAD

FOUR WAY HEAD

DOKA FORMWORK FLEX SYSTEM FOR RCC SLAB (Upto 4.5m Height) FOUR WAY HEAD
1 1. H BEAM (H-16 / H – 20) 3.FOUR WAY I HEAD 3 2.CT

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1. H BEAM (H-16 /

H 20)

1 1. H BEAM (H-16 / H – 20) 3.FOUR WAY I HEAD 3 2.CT Types

3.FOUR WAY

I HEAD

1 1. H BEAM (H-16 / H – 20) 3.FOUR WAY I HEAD 3 2.CT Types

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1 1. H BEAM (H-16 / H – 20) 3.FOUR WAY I HEAD 3 2.CT Types

2.CT

Types

CT 250, CT 300, CT 340, CT 410

PROP

H BEAM (H-16 / H – 20) 3.FOUR WAY I HEAD 3 2.CT Types CT 250,
H BEAM (H-16 / H – 20) 3.FOUR WAY I HEAD 3 2.CT Types CT 250,
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4.FOLDING

TRIPOD

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FLEX TABLE TABLE FORMWORK SYSTEM

1. BASIC FRAME

Sizes

0.90,1.20,1.50,1.80

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2. HORIZONTAL BRACING AND DIAGONAL BRACING

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5.TOWER SPINDLE WITH LEVER NUT TO ADJUST THE HEIGHT OF TOWER

7.SHORT PROP

IT IS USED IN SLAB AND BEAM

FORMWORK FOR TRANSFERRING

THE SLAB LOAD TO THE BEARING

TOWERS THROUGH STANDARD WALERS

6.BEAM SPAN 2230

BEAM SPAN 1525

LOAD BEARING MEMBER FOR BEAM

TO

8.LTS-WHEEL B

BE

FIXED

WITH

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BOTTOM FRAME OF STAIR TOWER / HDT TO SHIFT ONE PLACE TO ANOTHER PLACE

HD COUPLER

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Peri form materials are available in 1. Plywood as well as in 2. Steel

Peri form materials are available in

1.

Plywood as well as in

2.

Steel

Cup-lock Threaded Anchor Plate Wing Nut

Cup-lock

Threaded Anchor Plate

Cup-lock Threaded Anchor Plate Wing Nut

Wing Nut

Cup-lock Threaded Anchor Plate Wing Nut
Steel Tension Rod Steel Waller
Steel Tension Rod Steel Waller
Steel Tension Rod Steel Waller

Steel

Tension

Rod

Steel Tension Rod Steel Waller

Steel Waller

▪ Tripod is the main basic component of the system. ▪ It needs hard and

Tripod is the main basic

component of the system.

It needs hard and

good resting surface.

All the loads coming through the slab, beam and column is transferred to the Tripod

through the CT Props.

Height should be adjust by this jacking system through threads.

Height should be adjust by this jacking system through threads.

Four Way Head CT- Prop

Four Way Head CT- Prop

Slab Formwork
Slab Formwork

Slab Formwork

Slab Formwork
Slab Formwork
Trio Secondary Girder Main Girder
Trio Secondary Girder Main Girder
Trio Secondary Girder Main Girder

Trio

Secondary Girder

Main Girder

GT-24 Girder Main Props Intermediate Props

GT-24 Girder

GT-24 Girder Main Props Intermediate Props
GT-24 Girder Main Props Intermediate Props

Main Props

Intermediate Props

GT-24 Girder Main Props Intermediate Props
GT-24 Girder Main Props Intermediate Props

Peri Sky Deck Alluminium Forms

Arrangement of Wall Panels Before Concreting Wall Formwork Joining of four panels through Cup -

Arrangement of Wall Panels Before Concreting

Arrangement of Wall Panels Before Concreting Wall Formwork Joining of four panels through Cup - lock,

Wall Formwork

Joining of four panels through Cup - lock, Steel Rod, and Steel Waller

Column Panel

Column Panel Supports Column Formwork

Supports

Column Panel Supports Column Formwork

Column Formwork

Beam Head Cross Head CT Prop Locker Tripod Beam Formwork
Beam Head Cross Head CT Prop Locker Tripod Beam Formwork
Beam Head Cross Head CT Prop Locker Tripod Beam Formwork
Beam Head Cross Head CT Prop Locker Tripod Beam Formwork

Beam Head

Cross Head

CT Prop

Locker

Beam Head Cross Head CT Prop Locker Tripod Beam Formwork

Tripod

Beam Formwork

Comparison of different kinds of Formworks used

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Type of

Advantages

Dis-advantages

formwork

 

Durable, light weight, economical, flexible for easy erection.

 

It exhibits good thermal insulation so it can be used in cold climates.

High labor cost.Usually varies from 30 to 40% ofvtotal cost of concrete slab per floor.

Its reusability varies from 10 to 12 times. Unique advantages of timber formwork:

High waste generation.5% of waste is produced for a single use of formwork.

Timber formwork

It can be built piece by piece so capable enough to form any concrete shape as per architectural design.

Erection and dismantling is to be done piece by piece.

This system is economical for small scale projects

Very highly skilled labor force is needed.

with limited potential reuse.

Spans are limited as timber has low strength compared to metal formworks.

It has low initial cost and make up cost.

Good for restricted site conditions less storage area and use of crane is difficult.

 
 

Lighter in weight compared to steel formwork due to its low density.

 

Large section can be made because the strength of aluminum in handling tension and compression is more than

that of steel.

Aluminum

Formwork

It can be easily handled by unskilled labor.

Reusability is more. Varies from 100-250.

In case of high magnitude constructions where need of rapid erection, this system creates exceptionally fine quality finish and precise dimension

No changes can be made if ones fabricated.

Initial cost is very high.

Not economical for small and non-recitative works.

good enough to receive painting directly without plastering

in a very short time.

Monolithic construction with few construction joints can be easily made.

Type of

Advantages

Dis-advantages

formwork

 

Unique shapes and patterns can be designed with

excellent finishing with less or no surfacetreatment.

No size limits

Does not provide field fabrication by itself so

design and planning must be carefully done.

Plastic

formwork

More reuses making it highly economical

Light weight

Easy to strip and handle.

No need of skilled labor.

It is not suitable for heat applied curing of concrete.

Strengthening material (fiber glass) is to be

used to increase stiffness in construction of

large and higher floor areas of multi storied buildings.

 

Simple, fast, easily adaptable.

 

High quality work with minimum maintains cost.

It is a completely pre-engineered system where

MIVAN

methodology is planned to its finniest details.

Pre- engineering is needed for

formwork

Early removal of formwork with air curing

planning and execution.

components are made with aluminum so they are light in weight number of reputations is very high it is around 250-300.

 

It is Australian based company that produces timber, aluminum, and steel forms which has a wide application in all fields of construction sector.

Preside planning is need before execution

DOKA form

works

Skilled labor is need to handle the form work system.

Type of

formwork

Advantages

Dis-advantages

Uses mostly in huge construction projects where

large number of repetitions of same shuttering is possible.

Steel

formwork

It is good for curved structures like columns, chimneys, tanks.

It is strong, durable in nature.

Its reusability varies from 100 to 120.

Instillation and dismantled with greater speed can be achieved with results in higher savings in labor cost.

Water absorption is very less, so formation of honey combs can be minimized.

Heavy to carry and handle.

Not suitable for curved and new architectural

shapes.

Factors Affecting Conventional Mivan Coffor Peri Doka Initial Cost Weight Re-use Maintenance cost Scrap Value
Factors
Affecting
Conventional
Mivan
Coffor
Peri
Doka
Initial Cost
Weight
Re-use
Maintenance cost
Scrap Value
Construction speed
Volume of Required
material
Seismic Resistance
Formwork Material
Pilferage
Formwork Material
Shrinkage
Possibility of Damage

Handling of Equipment

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Factors Affecting Co nventional Mivan Coffor Peri Doka Finishing No. of labour’s required Reinforcement
Factors Affecting
Co nventional Mivan
Coffor
Peri
Doka
Finishing
No. of labour’s required
Reinforcement
Requirement
Monolithic Structure
Allied Accessories
Supply & Availability of
Formwork
During Concreting Quality
Check
On site assembly of
formwork
Labour Skill set required
No of post concrete
procedures
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GOOD
MEDIUM
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Parameters considered for analysis of MIVAN, DOKA and Conventional system

Parameters considered for analysis of MIVAN, DOKA and Conventional system

Cost Comparison of Formwork

Type of formwork

Unit

Rate(INR)

Wooden

Sqm

3500

Steel

Sqm

5000

Aluminium

Sqm

8000

Scrap Value of Formwork

Type of formwork

Scrap Value in %

Wooden

10%

Steel

30%

Aluminium

50%

CONCLUSIONS

Based upon the survey and comparison from live project key contributing factors that plays a significant role

in selection of formwork are cost, quality, cycle time, Number of reputations, safety, administration of change

orders, performance of concrete. By comparing the above parameters through study and graphs from questioner, the fallowing conclusions can be made

Cost adopted for MIVAN formwork is highest among the all formwork systems this is because of use of aluminium in making of formwork even though cost of MIVAN is high due to higher number of reputations the overall cost reduces which makes it favorable in repetitive kind of works.

MIVAN gives highest Number of reputations compared with conventional formwork.

Faster construction can be achieved with MIVAN formwork as cycle time of MIVAN is less compared to conventional formwork.