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MODULAR

COORDINATION

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Typical Working Drawing
Modular Coordination WD

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Modular Coordination WD
Modular Coordination WD
Modular Coordination WD
What is modular
coordination
(MC)?
• Module : standardized & easily fit
components

• Standardized NOT necessarily the


same size BUT MUST easily fit to each
other

• MC is about dimensioning
•MC: international system of dimensional
standardisation in building as specified by
ISO Standards and in national standards of
many countries.

•A module: a basic dimension which could


for example form the basis of a planning
grid in terms of multiples and submultiples
of standard module.
•Traditional example: depa (Malay), Ken (Japan), foot (English), inch etc.
•The use of metric.
Kaedah penukaran pengukuran tradisional
ke sistem imperial & metrik

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Kaedah penukaran pengukuran sistem
metrik kepada Koordinasi Modular

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principal aim:
to achieve
dimensional compatibility
between building dimensions, span,
or spaces
and the sizes of components or
equipment
by using related
modular dimensions
Basis of modular coordination

Building Component Sizing


Component
1 A building product formed as a distinct unit.
Modular Component
2
A component whose coordinating sizes are modular.
Element
3
A part of a building or structure having its own functional identify,
such as a footing, a floor, a roof, a wall or a column.
Modular Element
4
An element whose coordinating sizes are modular.
Preferred Dimension
5
A dimension chosen in preference to others for specific purposes.
Preferred Size
6
A size chosen in preference to others for specific purposes.
7 Work Size (manufacturing dimension)
MC standardization according to MS1064

 Coordination
 Module
 Building, controlling and component
references system
 Graphic symbol
Coordination

Dimensioning line
Module

1. basic module 1M = 100 mm

2. horizontal planning module


MH = 3M (300mm)
3. vertical planning module
MV = M (100mm)

4. Preferred sizes – MS1064

5. Submodules of M = M/2 = 50mm ;


= M/4 = 25mm
Module

Multi modules 3M, 6M, 9M, 12M . . .

planning modules for main dimensions


of framework especially the span
(horizontal dimensioning)
Module
Horizontal controlling dimensions

/Boundary planning
Vertical controlling dimensions
Graphic symbol
Reference systems for positioning of components
and spaces

○ boundary reference
○ axial reference
○ interaxial reference

○ flush reference
Reference systems for positioning of components and
spaces
Boundary reference

coordinates the position of the


building components

determines the nominal size of


components

placement of component within


boundary grid
two Parallel modular coordinating
grids or planes so that it fills
the space or zone.
Reference systems for positioning of components and
spaces
Boundary reference
Reference systems for positioning of components and
spaces
Axial reference

coordinates the position of a


components by placing the
component so that the middle-
axis coincides with a modular
coordinating grid of plane

axial grid
Reference systems for positioning of components and
spaces
Axial reference
Reference systems for positioning of components and
spaces
Inter-axial reference

coordinates the position and


dimension of building component
by a reference

interaxial grid
Reference systems for positioning of components and
spaces
Inter-axial reference
Reference systems for positioning of components and
spaces
Inter-axial reference
Reference systems for positioning of components and
spaces
Flush reference

coordinates the position of components by


placing one surface of the component flush
on to a modular coordinating grid or
plane
modular zone

flush grid
Planning approaches

Horizontal planning

MH = 3M (300mm)

Facades
are placed flushed on the outside to
a modular reference plane

external

n x 3M

internal
Planning approaches

Horizontal planning
Cross walls and structural frames (beam and column) are
placed according to two alternatives:-

INTERAXIAL PLANNING (Alternative 1)


the structural part of the component is placed at the axis
between two modular reference planes spaced at 3M apart.

3M

n x 3M
Planning approaches

Horizontal planning
Cross walls and structural frames (beam and column) are
placed according to two alternatives:-

BOUNDARY PLANNIG (Alternative 2)


the structural part of the component is placed between a
technical coordination space (not necessarily modular
because of technical or economic reasons)

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n x 3M
Planning approaches

Horizontal planning

Partitions
are placed flushed on either side of the
modular reference plane or line

n x 3M
n x 3M
Planning approaches – horizontal planning (summary)

external

n x 3M
n x 3M
internal
n x 3M
facades are always placed partitions are placed flushed
on the outside of the modular line to the modular line

for crosswalls (structural) or


n x 3M

n x 3M

columns, use alternative 1 or


alternative 2
3M

t1

INTERAXIAL BOUNDARY
PLANNING PLANNING
Planning approaches

Horizontal controlling dimensions

/Boundary planning
Planning approaches

Vertical planning
Floors are placed within a modular MV = M (100mm)
floor zone of n X M increments

Floors to floor heights are vertically placed n X M increments

n3 x M
n1 x M

n2 x M
Planning approaches

Vertical controlling dimensions


Modular design rules - summary
HDB Sembawang N3C6 – Typical Apartment Plan

icm 2016
Tanglin View –
Private Residential Block

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Question
i. What is the basic formula for MC
system?
100mm = 1M
MH = 3M
Mv = 1M

ii. What is the difference between MC and


conventional dimensioning system?
Conventional – Axial reference
MC – axial, boundary, interaxial references