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Chapter 5 Fire-Resistive Construction Elements REVIEW QUESTIONS 1 For the most part, the model building codes are considered to be _________ type codes. performance 1. A code provision that requires all fire walls to be constructed of a certain thickness of masonry would be considered a ________________ code provision. prescriptive or specification type 2. Rated assemblies and components are tested under fire conditions prescribed by the ___________. Standard time-temperature curve 3. Name three organizations that list fire-resistance-rated assemblies. a. Underwriters Laboratories b. Gypsum Association c. Inchape Testing Laboratories (Warnock Hersey) d. Portland Cement Association 4. List two fire-resistance-rated assemblies that must bear a label. a. Fire doors b. Rated glazing (etched label) c. Fire dampers d. Fire shutters
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  • Fall '17
  • Assembly Language, The Wall, Portland cement, Fire door, Model building code, Fire-resistance rating

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