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Chapter 4 Building Limitations and Types of Construction REVIEW QUESTIONS 1 __________ is the resistance of a building to collapse or total involvement in fire. Fire resistance 1. When used in describing construction types protected means _____________. protected from the effects of fire by encasement with concrete, gypsum, or spray-on coatings 2. According to your building code, noncombustible unprotected construction is classified as type __________. 2B (IBC) 2C (BNBC), IV U (SBC), and II N (UBC) 3. According to your building code, heavy timber construction is classified as type _______. IV (IBC) 4 (BNBC), III (SBC) and IV (UBC). 4. According to your building code, which types of construction must have noncombustible exterior walls? IBC Types I, II, III, IV BNBC Types 1, 2, 3, 4
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  • Fall '17
  • Building code, Highest point, resistance of a building

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