432_test questions - 5 Diagram a method of connecting a...

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1. Under what circumstances might a site-cast system be favored? Custom forms 2. Why are precast concrete structural elements cured with steam? Curing fasting 3. Explain several methods of producing hollow core slabs? Extruding set od dies that create hollow cores stiffer concrete mix also lay-up with form work pour layer of concrete form leave in place and pour other layer extruded most common stiff concrete doesn’t collapse 4. Diagram from memory several different ways of connecting precast beams to columns. Corbel well plate on top of beam weld to column post tensioning from beam to column to beam
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Diagram a method of connecting a pair of untopp-ed double tee slabs to an inverted tee beam. Work out a similar ways of connecting a double to an L shaped. As would occur around the perimeter of the same building? 6. See Steph’s diagrams for further study! 7. Describe how a cavity A cavity wall prevents penetration of water through a masonry wall by putting a continuos vertical 8. What aspects of cavity wall 1. Where should flashing be installed? a. External flashing At tops of walls, intersection of masonry walls with roofs or decks 2. Where should weep holes be provided?...
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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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