Discover the eco-friendly and sustainable roofing method of Terracotta Mangalore tiles with our online course. You'll learn about its rich history in India and its benefits as a sustainable and environmentally friendly roofing option. We'll explore the sandwich roof adaptation, which adds a thin layer of lime and bamboo under the tiles to enhance thermal performance and create a comfortable living space. This course is perfect for anyone interested in sustainable building and improving the energy efficiency of their home or building. Bonus content is also available to learn about other natural roofing techniques. Enroll now to enhance your knowledge of eco-friendly building practices
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Join our online course to learn about an eco-friendly and sustainable roofing method for the sandwich roof. We will explore the traditional method of roofing with Mangalore tiles, a material that has been used for over a century and has a rich history in India. Terracotta, the primary material used in Mangalore tiles, has been used in India since ancient times, making it a sustainable and environmentally friendly option.
To create Mangalore tiles, clay is moulded in a mechanical press, dried in the sun, and then fired in a kiln. This method consumes only 30% of the energy compared to an RCC slab, making it eco-friendly.
We will explore the sandwich roof method to improve the thermal performance of a Mangalore tile roof. This adaptation involves placing a thin roof of lime and bamboo both under the Mangalore tile roof, creating a thermal barrier that enhances the comfort of the space inside. While the sandwich roof is not a traditional method, it is a sustainable and eco-friendly option that improves thermal performance.
Join us in this course to learn more about the sandwich roof and how it can be used to enhance the sustainability and thermal comfort of your building.
Section 1: Introduction and Structure
Section 2: Barriers and Battens
Section 3: Tiles, Skylight and Conclusion
Section 4: References and What’s next?
Section 5: Bonus Content (30 minutes)
Learn about different roofing techniques, and choose one that fits your natural building.
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