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" ... PARTS 151. Character of Structure.— The structure is to be of the skeleton, curtain-beam type, resting on I-beam footings or grillages. The building is to be (18) stories high, with a basement story and a (flat) (mansard) (pointed) (hipped) roof.... "
Platoro Dam: Constructed 1949-1951 - Page 16
by United States. Bureau of Reclamation - 1954 - 71 pages
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Civil engineering - 1890
...are also designed so that the walks may easily be added if desired. The trusses and floor system are designed for a live load of 100 pounds per square foot, and for one street car track near the north side of the roadway. The fixed spans are regular Pratt trusses...
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International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons ...

Agriculture - 1905
...(flat) (mansard) (pointed) (hipped) roof. 152. Floor Loading. — The floors are to be calculated, for a live load of (100) pounds per square foot, and a dead load of (50) pounds per square foot. The roof is to be calculated for a live load of (50) pounds per square...
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I.C.S. Reference Library, Volume 35

Correspondence schools and courses - 1905
...a (flat) (mansard) (pointed) (hipped) roof. 152. Floor Loading.— The floors are to be calculated for a live load of (100) pounds per square foot, and a dead load of (50) pounds per square foot. The roof is to be calculated for a live load of (50) pounds per square...
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Paving and Municipal Engineering, Volume 5

Municipal engineering - 1893
...slope 2 inches in 10 feet toward the roadway. The specifications required the floor to be proportioned for a live load of 100 pounds per square foot and a 30 ton load on two pair of axles 10 feet apart; the main trusses for 80 pounds per square foot over...
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