Ch3 Building Construction Jeopardy

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Ch3 Building Construction Jeopardy

  1. 1. Type III Construction 200 Ordinary Construction Jeff Prokop
  2. 2. Type II Construction 400 Non-combustible or Limited combustible construction Jeff Prokop
  3. 3. Type I Construction 600 Fire-Resistive Construction Jeff Prokop
  4. 4. Type V Construction 800 Wood-Frame Construction Jeff Prokop
  5. 5. Type IV Construction 1000 Heavy Timber Construction Jeff Prokop
  6. 6. Flat, built-up roofs common feature of this type of construction 1200 Type II Construction Jeff Prokop
  7. 7. 200 Decorative wall; usually attached to the outside of some load- bearing frame or structure Veneer
  8. 8. 400 Wall that supports structural weight Jeff Prokop Load-bearing wall
  9. 9. 600 Wall that does not support structural weight Jeff Prokop Non-load bearing wall
  10. 10. 800 Freestanding, non- load bearing wall Jeff Prokop Cantilever
  11. 11. 1000 Load-bearing wall that separates two connected structures Jeff Prokop Party
  12. 12. 1200 Wall made-up of Non, or limited combustible materials Jeff Prokop Fire Wall
  13. 13. 200 Reason firefighters should study building construction Jeff Prokop Firefighters know signs of collapse, speed of fire spread, need for evacuation
  14. 14. 400 3 Construction features assessed in building size-up Jeff Prokop Built-in fire protection equipment, type of roof covering, types of doors and windows, roof design, age of building, building height, ventilation characteristics, egress path, security measures, type of construction, construction materials, modifications
  15. 15. 600 Name 4 signs of a building collapse Jeff Prokop Cracks or separation in walls, floors, ceilings, and roof structures; evidence of existing instability; loose bricks, blocks or stones; deteriorated mortar between masonry; walls that appear to be leaning; structural members that appear to be distorted; fires beneath floors or in walls; unusual creaks or cracking noises; prolonged fire exposure
  16. 16. 800 Damaged wall that would most concern firefighters: non-load bearing, veneer or Load-bearing, Fire Jeff Prokop Load-Bearing Fire
  17. 17. 1000 Collapse zone for Building that is 240 feet tall. Jeff Prokop 360 feet
  18. 18. 1200 2 fire risks for buildings under construction Jeff Prokop Additional fire load, and ignition sources; no fire protective features; disable fire protection systems; easy access to building; use of construction machinery
  19. 19. 200 Difference between Older vs. Newer Construction Jeff Prokop Older: exposed to weather; Not maintained; less fire codes
  20. 20. 400 Difference between Load vs. non-load Bearing wall Jeff Prokop Load bearing wall Carries weight of wall, non-load bearing does not
  21. 21. 600 Difference between Fire resistive vs. Non-combustible construction Jeff Prokop All materials in fire resistive construction are fire resistive; in non-combustible, flat roof is made of limited combustible materials
  22. 22. 800 Which is more more susceptible to fire spread: Type IV or V Construction Jeff Prokop Type V Construction
  23. 23. 1000 Which wall is a load-bearing wall: partition, party, or veneer Jeff Prokop Party
  24. 24. 1200 This is the most fire resistant building Jeff Prokop What is Type I Fire Resistive
  25. 25. 200 This is the most combustible type of building construction Jeff Prokop What is Type IV Wood Frame
  26. 26. 400 This is the formula for measuring a collapse zone Jeff Prokop Y=1 ½ x or Collapse zone= 1.5 x height of building
  27. 27. 600 What is collapse zone of building 84 ft tall Jeff Prokop What is 126 ft tall
  28. 28. 800 This is the collapse zone of a building 375 ft tall Jeff Prokop What is 563 ft tall
  29. 29. 1000 What is the collapse zone of a building 128 ft tall Jeff Prokop What is 192 ft tall
  30. 30. 1200 This is what should happen inside the collapse zone if a building collapse is imminent Jeff Prokop It should be evacuated
  31. 31. 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 200 400 200 400 200 400 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 600 800 1000 1200 600 800 1000 1200 600 800 1000 1200 Categ. Time Up Final Jeopardy Building Construction Wall Types Building Construction Continued Building Collapse Construction Comparisons Jeff Prokop
  32. 32. Jeff Prokop
  33. 33. Building Construction Jeff Prokop
  34. 34. Jeff Prokop Wall Types
  35. 35. Building Collapses Jeff Prokop
  36. 36. Building Construction Continued Jeff Prokop
  37. 37. Construction Comparisons Jeff Prokop
  38. 38. Jeff Prokop DAILY DOUBLE
  39. 39. Jeopardy! Final Jeff Prokop
  40. 40. NBHS is this type of construction Jeff Prokop
  41. 41. What is Type I Fire Resistive Jeff Prokop

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