ARCH 315 Spring 2006 Quizes 3

ARCH 315 Spring 2006 Quizes 3 - University of Southern...

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University of Southern California Prof. Schiler School of Architecture Spring 2005 Arch 315: Design of the Luminous and Sonic Environment Pop Quiz 3 1.) Match entries in column 1 to column 2, and 2 to 3: large diam Æ waste Æ ABS small diam Æ supply Æ PVC 2.) Rain falling onto the street picks up oil, etc., and sheets off of the street into the gutter. Is that called: a.) sanitary waste, b.) unsanitary waste, c.) sheeting drainage d.) storm drainage e.) none of the above. Where does that water end up? Storm drainage does not get processed like sanitary waste, so it ends up back in the drinking supply of everyone downstream. In the case of Los Angeles, it all ends up in Santa Monica Bay, where we can enjoy it on the beaches. 3.) Given a pressure of 75 psi at the street main and a fixture which requires 7 psi to function, and a nine inch diameter supply pipe in the building, how high can I place such a fixture without including a pumping station somewhere in the building? 75 psi – 7 psi = 68 psi for lift
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This test prep was uploaded on 02/20/2008 for the course ARCH 315 taught by Professor Schiler during the Spring '06 term at USC.

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