Test TOMORROW Wednesday - review vignette Please

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Test TOMORROW Wednesday - review vignette Please

Postby yherrerad » Tue Mar 13, 2018 11:36 am

Hello,
i have done the practice vignette that NCARB provide online.
here are the heights i came up with based on the info given:

1st floor:
8'-4" clg
duct at section line: 24 x 16
Maximum duct on 1st floor: 32 x 24 ( provide for 24" through the whole floor)
24" joists
8" lights

TOTAL 1st floor height 13'-0"

2nd floor:
9'-0" clg
duct at section line: 20 x 12
Maximum duct on 1st floor: 32 x 20 ( provide for 20" through the whole floor)
24" joists
8" lights

TOTAL 2nd floor height: 13'-4"

Lab:
15'-0" clg
ducts at section line: 8 x 8
maximum duct in lab: 32 x 20 (provide for 20" through the lab)
32" joists
8" lights

Total lab height: 20'-0"

Thank you for your input!
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Re: Test TOMORROW Wednesday - review vignette Please

Postby thd7t » Tue Mar 13, 2018 11:51 am

Your unrated wall should go 6" above ceiling. You should break your slab at your bearing walls/foundations.
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Re: Test TOMORROW Wednesday - review vignette Please

Postby yherrerad » Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:19 pm

Thank you!
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Re: Test TOMORROW Wednesday - review vignette Please

Postby a1hgam » Sat Jun 02, 2018 8:47 am

thd7t wrote:Your unrated wall should go 6" above ceiling..


Hi , Could you explain why 6' above ceiling for non-rated wall ?
Much appreciated!
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Re: Test TOMORROW Wednesday - review vignette Please

Postby thd7t » Mon Jun 04, 2018 6:21 am

a1hgam wrote:
thd7t wrote:Your unrated wall should go 6" above ceiling..


Hi , Could you explain why 6" above ceiling for non-rated wall ?
Much appreciated!

Because it's what NCARB asks for. It also makes ceiling installation easier and gives a little more acoustic buffer. Generally good practice.
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