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  • Good afternoon and welcome to my presentation!
  • Here are the objectives for Chapter 13. There are 6 of them. I would not dare read them to you. That would be insulting to your intelligence.
  • Likewise, there are lots of Key Terms in Chapter 13. Twenty four in all. There were so many that I had to spread them out over 3 PowerPoint slides.
  • See? I told you there were a lot of Key Terms. Some of them have acronyms.
  • Okay, here is the last page of Key Terms. By the end of my presentation you should know all of them. Actually, if you have read the chapter like you were asked, you’d already know almost all of these terms.
  • On page 273 we find a description of platform framing. Who can tell me why it is called platform framing? Here’s a big hint: READ THE FIRST SENTENCE UNDER THE WORDS “PLATFORM FRAMING” on page 273. Good job!!!

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  • Chapter 13Sill and Floor Construction
    AT – 202 – Architectural Drafting
    January 26, 2011
    Dan Trent
    1
  • Explain the difference between platform and balloon framing
    Plan the appropriate for support using joists or trusses for a structure
    Determine proper joist sizes using a typical span data chart
    Describe the components of the for system
    Explain the principles of post-and beam construction
    Select the appropriate engineered wood products for specific applications in residential construction
    OBJECTIVES
    2
  • Balloon framing
    Beam
    Box sill
    Cantilevered joists
    Cement mortar mix
    Chords
    Cross bridging
    Curtain walls
    Engineered wood products
    KEY TERMS
    3
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  • Floor trusses
    Glulam beam
    Joists
    Laminated veneer lumber ( LBL)
    Longitudinal method
    Mudsill
    Oriented strand board (OSB)
    Parallel strand lumber (PSL)
    Platform framing
    Post-and beam construction
    KEY TERMS
    4
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  • Sill
    Subfloor
    Transverse method
    Web
    Wood l-beams
    KEY TERMS
    5
  • PLATFORM FRAMING
    6
  • BALLOON FRAMING
    7
  • JOISTS AND BEAMS
    8
  • FLOOR TRUSSES
    9
  • SUBFLOOR
    10
  • CANTILEVERED JOISTS
    11
  • FRAMING UNDER SLATE OR TILE
    12
  • Oriented strand board
    Parallel strand lumber (PSL)
    Laminated veneer lumber ( LVL)
    ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS
    13
  • Glue– laminated lumber
    Wood I-Beams or joists
    ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS
    14
  • POST AND BEAM CONSTRUCTION
    15
  • www.southernpine.com
    INTERNET RESOURCES
    16
  • www.builderonline.com
    INTERNET RESOURCES
    17
  • 3. The actual dimensions of a 2” X 6” framing member are ___________
    8. Name 3 softwoods that are commonly used for joists.
    10. Traditional kiln-dried lumber has a ____ percent moisture content.
    18. List the 3 elements of post and beam construction.
    25. What are 3 common uses for parallel strand lumber.
    SELECTED QUESTIONS
    18
  • QUESTIONS?DISCUSSION?
    Thank you for staying awake!
    19