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Dead and Live Loads

For educational purposes only
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Melissa Gomez

on 17 September 2012

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Transcript of Dead and Live Loads

Timber and Steel Design Live and Dead Loads PREPARED BY:

FELIX, MIKELLE ANGELICA
GARCIA, JOBEY LEEN
GOMEZ, MA. MELISSA
ILANO, MIKAELA
LEGASPI, MARIE JU
MAGALLANES, ALGIL MAE

ARCHITECTURE 41 LIVE LOADS Live Loads Furniture Equipment People Minimum Allowable Live Loads for Buildings By Use or Occupancy, as prescribed by the National Building Code of the Philippines: Consist of the non permanent weight of occupants of the building, furniture, equipment, stored materials, etc. DEAD LOADS consist of the weight of materials used in constructing the building such as: concrete hollow block walls, wood partitions, concrete floors, floor beams, among others. CONCRETE HOLLOW BLOCK WALLS WOOD PARTITIONS CONCRETE FLOORS FLOOR BEAMS End
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