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Unformatted text preview: A site plan, floor plan, and roof plan are all required for projecting grades onto an elevation. The process involves measuring the distance on the site plan and then marking it on the floor plan and finally projecting it onto the elevation. 7. What drawings are required to draw a structure with an irregular shape? The drawings required to draw an elevation view of an irregular building shape are the floor plan and the roof plan. 8. Sketch the method of showing the chimney height, and provide the minimum dimensions that must be shown. The chimney is usually omitted because it is in the foreground and is at a minimum of 2 above any roof within 10 of the chimney. 9. What dimensions are typically shown on elevations? It varies but there are either no dimensions on the elevation views or there are finished floor lines and floor-to-ceiling heights. 10. What angle is used to represent a 4/12 pitch? 18 degrees...
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course ENGR 1000 taught by Professor Rodneyatkins during the Spring '11 term at Colorado.
- Spring '11