Windows glass frame and sash 8 038 Plaster on tile or concrete 5 024 Sand and

Windows glass frame and sash 8 038 plaster on tile or

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Windows, glass, frame and sash 8 0.38 Plaster on tile or concrete 5 0.24 Sand and gravel, dry, loose 100 15.7 Wood, Spruce 29 4.5 Wood studs 2x4in., (51x102mm) unplastered 4 0.19 Suspended metal lath and gypsum plaster 10 0.048 Wood studs 2x4in., (51x102mm) plastered one side 12 0.57 Asphalt shingles 2 0.1 Wood studs 2x4in., (51x102mm) plastered two sides 20 0.96 Fiberboard, 0.5in (13mm) 0.75 0.04 COLUMN LOADING 1. Calculate tributary area, A T 2. No reduction if -?0≥ 100 ??/??2(4.79 ?𝑁/?2) 3. Determine live load -? = ?0(0.25 +15 (4.57)√?𝐿𝐿𝐴𝑇) 𝐼??????? (?𝐼) 4. Check if load reduction is valid - Columns support one floor ? ≥ 0.5 ? 0 - Columns supporting two or more floors ? ≥ 0.4 ? 0 5. Multiply load by number of storeys above OR Reduction Factor for Residential (NBCC) ?𝐹 = 0.3 + √9.8/𝐴𝑇 C
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