432 Notes Sitecast concrete - 432 Notes Sitecast concrete...

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432 Notes Sitecast concrete 1. Louis Khan – exterior library – what load bearing masonry wants to do – masonry pear thick at bottom and thin at the top, thickness the same face size changes 2. Unreinforced load bearing masonry a. Incapable of supporting high stresses b. Walls must thicken with weight 3. Reinforced a. Capable of supporting high stresses b. Thickened at base reduced 4. Posttensioned a. Stronger that traditional reinforcing 5. Masonry construction a. Steel horizontal to make header beam and vertically b. Frame for opening 6. Masonry construction process a. Multi story b. Scaffolding c. Load bearing masonry wall with steel construction d. Horizontal ties every 2 courses laid vertically to tie back 7. Masonry construction a. Flashing or plastic b. Back wall c. Must have two inch air gap 8. Solid Wall single composition 9. Solid wall composite Construction a. Aesthetic + structural efficiency b. Concerns
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i. Continuity ii. Expansion iii. Insulation 10. Cavity Wall construction
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course ARCH 432 taught by Professor Mckinny during the Spring '12 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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