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ACI 544.4R - DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR STEEL FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE Organization: ACI
Date: 1988-01-01
Description: These have been short-span elevated slabs, e.g., a parking garage at Heathrow Airport with slabs 3 ft-6 in. (1.07 m) square by 2l/2 in. (10 cm) thick, supported on four sides (Anonymous 1971).
SNZ - NZS 4229 - CONCRETE MASONRY BUILDINGS NOT REQUIRING SPECIFIC ENGINEERING DESIGN Organization: SNZ
Date: 2013-03-27
Description: This Standard applies only to buildings within its stated limitations, including but not limited to: (a) Buildings shall be founded on good ground; (b) Buildings shall be Importance Level 1 or 2 (see Table 1.1); (c) The total height from the lowest ground level to the highest point of the roof shall not exceed 10 m and no storey height shall exceed 3 m; (d) The ratio of the total building height to minimum building width shall not exceed 2.5; (e) The plan footprint floor area and configuration of construction shall comply with the limitations contained in Figure 1.1 and shall not exceed: (i) 600 m2 for single-storey masonry buildings (ii) 250 m2 for two-storey residential masonry buildings (iii) 350 m2 for two-storey residential buildings where the upper storey is constructed of timber and the external wall of the lower storey is of masonry supported on a concrete slab-on-ground, concrete or masonry footings or masonry foundation walls (iv) 250 m2 for two and two-storey with attic buildings constructed with upper storey or storeys of timber supported on a lower storey of masonry with the top storey contained within a roof space; (f) The live load on concrete slab-on-ground shall not exceed a uniformly distributed load of 3.0 kPa nor a concentrated load of 9.0 kN; (g) Concrete slab-on-ground floors in accordance with 7.8 may be used for vehicle garages for vehicles up to 2500 kg tare; (h) The slope of any roof plane shall not be steeper than 45° to the horizontal.
ISO 11618 - BUILDINGS AND CIVIL ENGINEERING WORKS - SEALANTS - CLASSIFICATION AND REQUIREMENTS FOR PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY SEALANTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2015-08-15
Description: This International Standard applies to sealants used for pedestrian walkways, public areas, movement joints between concrete slabs, areas with pedestrian load, areas which are used with trolleys, parking garages, walkable floors, balconies, terraces, and warehouses. This International Standard specifies the types and classes of elastic sealants used in building construction pedestrian walkways according to their performance characteristics.
SNZ NZS 3604 - TIMBER-FRAMED BUILDINGS - INCLUDES ADVISORY NOTE ISSUED BY STANDARDS NEW ZEALAND ON 6 OCTOBER 2011 Organization: SNZ
Date: 2011-02-14
Description: Specific engineering design (SED) in table 5.4 indicates the application is outside the scope of the Standard; (l) The plan floor area shall: (i) Be unlimited for one or two-storey buildings where all storeys are of timber frame (ii) Not exceed 300 m2 for two-storey buildings of other forms of construction (iii) Not exceed 250 m2 for three-storey buildings of other forms of construction; (m) Buildings with wings or blocks shall be designed as if the wing or block was a separate building; (n) Concrete slab-on-ground floors in accordance with 7.5 may be used for vehicle garages for vehicles up to 2500 kg tare; (o) Masonry veneer cladding shall have: (i) A mass not exceeding 220 kg/m2 (ii) A height above finished ground level not exceeding 7 m (iii) A maximum height of 4.0 m measured from the top of the concrete masonry wall, foundation wall or slab edge foundation.
UL 745-1 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY PORTABLE ELECTRIC TOOLS - SECOND EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2007-06-15
Description: This standard does not apply to fixed or stationary electric tools, gardening appliances, garage equipment, soldering irons or guns, painting equipment, floor-finishing machines, heat guns, or other equipment covered by individual requirements.

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