HW10Solution - UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Instructor J P Moehle Spring 2016 CE 120 Structural

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1 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Instructor: J. P. Moehle Spring 2016 CE 120 - Structural Engineering Solution of Assignment #10 Due 11:10 am, 15 April 2016 Dead Loads: -No ceiling -Roofing: Composition five-ply felt and gravel on ¾ inch plywood. Note that plywood weight per square foot is specified differently in different parts of the ASCE 7-10 tables. Use the weight per 1/8 in. thickness as the basis for the ¾ inch plywood weight. -Do not overlook member self-weight, at 35 pcf. Because self-weight is a small part of the total in this example, it is recommended to estimate the size, calculate the corresponding weight, and then boost that number a little so that you do not have to iterate. Once you have selected a final member size, you should use the member weight of the selected member for the design calculations for other members along the load path. Live Loads: 20 psf per ASCE 7-10 (non-reducible) For all members, use DF, select structural.
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