HRAD 3473-WEEK 4 NOTES
HRAD 3473-WEEK 4 NOTES HRAD 3473
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Date Created: 09/09/16
WEEK 4 HRAD 3473 DISCLAIMER: THESE NOTES WERE TAKEN FROM WHAT WAS RETAINED FROM CLASS LECTURE AND TEXTBOOK READINGS. THESE ARE IN NO WAY COMPREHENSIVE, BUT SHOULD BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH CLASS MATERIALS PROVIDED BY THE PROFESSOR. CHAPTER 11 BUILDING STRUCTURE FINISHES AND SITE CONTINUED ROOF roof deck is the material that roofing materials sit on material for roof depends on a variety of thingssome things you cannot insure concrete shingles require extra reinforcement generally a layering approach is used which allows for insulation ROOF TERMS Flashingthe gap between materials and makes the seal waterproof; row of metal pieces Single ply membraneused on roofs with low pitchhas all the layers but are melted together as one piece Scupperhole on the side to allow water to drain offemergency drain hole ex. sailboat Near flat or flat roofs tend to leak more Compositionshingles on top of houses over felt layerscomposition roof should have a little steeper slope to prevent water running in between gaps usually has a greater than a slight slope or pitch Pitchdefined by rise/runtells you the angle that it’s at Penetrationthe wholes that are punched in that need to be patched in order to prevent leaks have to create waterproof joints Materials metalsafety issues occur with snow and ice running off easily FLAT ROOF AND PARAPET WALL parapet wallfeatured wall that goes above level of roof to provide façade to hide all of the stuff we place on a roof a lot of them now don’t have the wall on the backside to allow water to run off WATER water migrates between cooling and heating and breaks down roofing materials with expansion and contraction TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS transportation is system horizontal ex. rails, paint, pedestrian crossings, plants, tile used to tell people where to go for safety ELEVATORS guide rails keep the cab from swaying HYDRAULIC ELEVATOR hydraulicthese elevators are typically found in four stories or less because of costs guardrails have brakes which will stop the car when it senses the cab is moving too fast; it will drop a little but not multiple stories height of travel has a lot to do with the costs same components as cable elevator oil under the car that when more is added; cab must go up and when some is let out; it goes down no penthouses in hydraulics big hole is drilled in ground for a hydraulic system Noble Research Center has an hydraulic elevatorgo and listen for mechanics doesn’t have to have a roof feature within a feature pump and reservoir is aside in mechanical roomthe only thing going through the pipe is oil ESCALATOR require a lot of attention for maintenance STAIRS rise/run ASPHALT cheaper than concrete BLUEPRINTS DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION GOALS simple design maximum utilitymultiuse durable cost effective sanitary up to codes for safety DESIGN definitioncomes from characteristicsto create, conceptualize and put it on paper LAYOUT space planning STAGES OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION architectural program is written only at this point schematic and design development are used interchangeably construction documents must be exact b/c it is where the price bid comes from change orders cost more punch listmaking sure construction of building and systems is correct FACILITY FLOW 5 keys things that flow or move through your facility materials ex. (groceries) SITE OR PLOT VIEW birds eye view we can see buildings but not inside
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