1104 1ongitudinal Force The longitudinal force on crane runway beams except for

1104 1ongitudinal force the longitudinal force on

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1.10.4 1,ongitudinal Force The longitudinal force on crane runway beams. except for bridge cranes with hand-seared bridges. shall be calculated as 10% of the maximum wheel loads of the crane. The longitudinal force shall be as- sumed to act horizontally at the traction 5urface of a runw;~ybemi. in either direction parallei to the beam. 1.11 REFERENCES [ I ] American National Standard Practice for the In- spection of Ele\ ators, Escalators. and Moving \bralks (Inspectors' Mamual). ANSI A 17.2. 1988. 121 American National Star~iiard Safety Code for Ele- 1,ators ;1nd Escalators. ANSIIASME A 17. I , 1993. 131 American National Standard for Assenlbly Sent- inp, Tents. and Air-Supported Structul-es. ANSI1 NFPA 102. 1992.
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I\lINI\.ll:hl DESlGK \;LOADS FOR RL'II.DINCiS ,AND OTHER S.i'RUC'TITRES TABLE 4-1. Rlinimum lirliformly Distributed Live I,oads, L,, and hlinirnum Concerltrated Livc Loads -- - --- Uniforrn Concrntrat~on Occupa~ic~y or Llse p\l' (k~/rn'r Ib (kN) .4pal-lrrlznt\ I see residentla11 4cce\\ floor ).tenis Othce u5e 50 12.4) 2.000 (8 9) Computer LI\C I00 (9.79 j 2.000 ( 8 9) At-morirs and drill roonrs 1.50 (7.18) A\\etn\)ly a r e a and [hearer., Fixed seat.; (fastened to Roori 6 0 (2.87) Lobbies 100 ($.79) Movable seats 100 (.4.79) Plattol-~n\ (ri.;rrnbly) I00 (4.7<)) Staze tltr~its IS0 (:.IYj Ralconie\ r exte~.icv) I00 (4.79 3) On o n e and two-f;~ni~ly rehide~lcrs orlly. and not 60 12.87) exceeding lo(! f t (9.3 n12i R[>wlingalleys. povlroornh and similar recreatior~al a l e a '7 (1.59) C'atwulk\ for maintenance access 40 ( 1-92) Ccwidor\ First floor I00 (4.70) Othrt floolh. \arne as occupancy ser\,ed except as intl~cr~tcd Dance lislls and t)allrooms 100 14.79) tlccka (patio and roof) Sarne as ar-en served. or for the type of occupancy accomrnod;lted I>iriin~ {room and restaurant.; D\\,ellines (see residential) E11'vtitor rli:~chine I-oorn Sratrng Jon nrca of 4 in ' (2,sXO rn~n')] F111i.h lifht tlool- plate ct)n\truction [on drea of 1 in.' (6-15 111nl'rl Fire escape. 011 single-t'arllil; d\\illlinfs on15 Fi~ecl l,i~ddcr> C;:tragc\ (I)assen$wcar\ only) 1.1-uck\ anti buses (if-ancisrands (see 5t:idiurn and arena bleacher) Gymnir\ium\. mnin Hoo~-\ and balconie\ Hlcntlrails. g~i;ircir:~rl\ and $1-all bars I lc~\pltill\ Oper-ating I-oorii\. 1;lbor-atories PI-I vtite r<~olns W-:~rd C o r ~ iilol!. :~ho\c fir\{ floor Holt.lh (her ~.e\itlrr~tial) LI h ~ - a ~ . ~ e s Rrad~ng I-eon, Stacl, roolns [., . : I > I I I [ ~ I W \ ;ibo\,: tirst floor ~l'll1llf;l~t~lslll~ I .l$Ilt Heo\c Wanl~ec\: and Cn~iopirh Ollicr Hulldings I - ' i k .lrid C O I I I ~ ~ I I ~ C I t~o0111\ shall hc deiifned for he.^\ ier Io~ld\ h,lwd o ~ t i~rrlicipatcd occupancy 1.t1bt71t.x and t~nt Root- cor-lidor-s Office.: C'cir~~~clt~r\ :ho\c fi~nt lo or^ See Section 4 4
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TABLE 4-1. NIininium Uniformly Distributed Li\e Loads. L,, and Talinilnurrl Concentrated Live Loads (Continued) - - ---- - / / L t ~ ~ t o r m C i ~ n c t ~ ~ t l a l r o l ? Occupancy UI- Use psf (~N/I:I'I 11. ikN\ -- _ -. . - petml In~tltlItl(1n~ cell blocks Corridors ~e.idenlial Dwellings (one- and two-family) Llninhabitahle attics without storage Llninhahitnble attics u.ith storage Habitable attics and sleepins a!-ea\ All other area\ except stairs and balconies k[otels and m~tltifamily houses PI-ivate room\ a l ~ d corridors srrvinz them Public room5 and corridors serving them R L ~ v i e w i r i ~ stand\. gi-andstands and bleachers Roof;
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