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Robby Pierce CON 252 October 12, 2017 Chapter 12 Review Questions 1. Light gauge steel framing members are manufactured by feeding galvanized sheet steel from continuous coils through machines that fold it at room temperature into long members with the characteristic channel. 3. Foam plastic sheathing or insulating edge spacers on framing members should be used in severe climates to minimize heat flow through metal framing members. It is important to do this where framing members such as ceiling joists bridge from the interior space of the building to the outdoors. 4. Where construction must be noncombustible, gypsum boards are used for sheathing, and concrete decks are poured over corrugated steel decking for floors, in both cases replacing wood
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  • Spring '18
  • Joist, Structural steel, Hot-dip galvanizing, Robby Pierce, Light gauge steel framing members

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